Poor interpretation...try again. Replies like this are just sad.
A guy that is 6'4"
Nonsense like posting he's fat just spurs other nonsense posts. And it's all in the tone.
"I wonder if Cueto's increased size and twisty mechanics are leading to possible weakness in his back? We know from MULTIPLE reports what a workout fiend he is, running all the time, so his core strength and legs aren't the issue, but is the stress and added size too much for a guy of his stature?"
or we can just call him a big fatty.
Suck it up cupcake.
Tom Servo (06-07-2013)
I vote we close this thread. It's no longer about the topic, it's about fat or not fat and it's about posters taking jabs at one another.
Redszone has gotten positively mean spirited the past few months. Considering where the team is...it's mind boggling to me.
*shuts door as he leaves*
Chapman to the rotation!!!! Do it already!!!!
As to other posters popping in just to fire off personal attacks, having not even participated in the conversation, that's uncalled for. Not referring to you TRF. I respect your opinion and I have backed off the "fat" part which you should have noticed. He's a great pitcher and I'm a big fan of his; I just want him to pitch; the Reds need him to pitch. Sometimes I think this new generation of players is too muscle-y for their own good and suffer injuries as a result. Eric Davis was one of my favorite players ever; that guy had like 6% body fat. I always wondered if he wasn't so "tight" if he could have survived a whole season here and there...
If and when Phil Ervin makes the majors, I predict we'll be having this same asinine debate about another ripped, 5'10", 200-pound professional athlete.
"Iíll kind of have a foot on the back of my own butt. Thatís just how I do things.Ē -- Bryan Price, 10/22/2013