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    Re: Chapman to stuffed to pitch?

    Quote Originally Posted by cumberlandreds View Post
    Is that Rosie O'Donell?

    Wouldn't surpirse me that its true. Chapman has shown he isn't the most mature person off the field.
    I'm still wondering if that's a sweater under the tee shirt.
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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Or maybe Todd Coffey came by for a visit.
    "I can't take this homerism anymore." - 10xWSChamps, August 11, 2010. A Cardinals fan having a problem with all the homerism on Redszone. Classic.

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    I'm looking forward to seeing this thread in about a week. This has the makings of pure gold! LOL. :O)
    Chapman to the rotation!!!! Do it already!!!!

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Imagine if those 18 cream cheese and guava came back up on the mound!!

    That just might make the opening of Sportscenter.


    I'm pretty good at trivia but I don't recall a player blowing chow on the field. We could of had the first!
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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    What does Rich Garces call eating 18 pastries? A good start.

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    I wonder what Johnny Narron is doing these days? Bring him back to watch Chappy.

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Wasn't there some (non) controversy about something flying out of Chapman's hands during a pitch a few weeks ago? Those in charge would have you believe that it was merely a moth flying by.

    Clearly that was a piece of pastry that Chapman was eating between pitches.

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Quote Originally Posted by George Anderson View Post
    I'm pretty good at trivia but I don't recall a player blowing chow on the field. We could of had the first!
    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-bi...8677--mlb.html

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Did you notice who brought those pastries to Chapman? "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do?"

    One man who might have some insight is Phillies Spanish-language broadcaster Rickie Ricardo, who brought Chapman a gift before the game.
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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Pastry-Gate!

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    While I don't discount what eating too much or the wrong food can do to your system. This article reeks of hack journalism at its finest.

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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    After picking up his major-league-leading 20th save Sunday against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Cleveland pitcher twice vomited the water he recently had downed in order to stay hydrated on a warm afternoon. Save, yes. Hold, no. And it was not a political statement against his former team, Perez said. Regardless, good luck to the grounds crew at Busch Stadium.
    Who HASN'T wanted to puke on the field at Busch Stadium? Chris Perez is a national hero.
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    Re: Chapman too stuffed to pitch?

    Quote Originally Posted by bucksfan2 View Post
    While I don't discount what eating too much or the wrong food can do to your system. This article reeks of hack journalism at its finest.
    It sounds comical and hacky. But if the report is true, and Chapman wolfed down 18 pastries before the game...it is a story that needs to be told.


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