White Sox’s Tony La Russa Gets Improbable Smash Mouth Approval: ‘A Fucking Legend’

White Sox’s Tony La Russa Gets Improbable Smash Mouth Approval: ‘A Fucking Legend’

Tony La Russa received an “All-Star” endorsement amid the Yermin Mercedes controversy engulfing the White Sox.

Yes, rock band Smash Mouth have come to the veteran manager’s defense after being criticized for handling some unwritten rules of baseball.

Specifically, La Russa spoke against Mercedes’ decision to swing 3-0 in a White Sox rout of the Twins on Tuesday. Then he claimed the Twins were justified for pitching on Mercedes because of what his player had done.

AFTER: The Russa has a soft and problematic response to the Twins launched on Mercedes

It didn’t go well with White Sox members and other MLB players, but in Smash Mouth’s eyes, La Russa hasn’t done anything wrong. They confirmed this in the Instagram comments shared by Sports’ Jared Carrabis Bar Stool. Some of the comments are NSFW, but here is the censored transcript:

“Noooooo F – YOU! LaRussa is a fucking legend!” wrote the account in response to an unspecified message. “If you don’t know baseball, you don’t know baseball. This 79 year old man has the WhiteSox in 1st place. And YES, you don’t swing on a 3-0 field when your team is leading a course. (sic). If so, you’re thrown at it. It’s called TheBaseballGodsPolice! “

The main point of Smash Mouth is that they don’t think people should attack La Russa, an “baseball legend, “considering he has the White Sox in first place with a 26-16 record.

This argument makes sense. Of course, La Russa has done a good job with the White Sox so far this year. And he’s a legend.

However, he is jeopardizing his relationship with some of his main players on this largely trivial matter. It could turn out to be a miscalculation as La Russa tries to make this team a contender.

La Russa, 76, may want to spend more time trying to get close to their young players, something Ryan Fagan from SN detailed as a potential issue for La Russa when he was hired by Chicago in October.

We’ll see what ends up happening, but one thing’s for sure: If La Russa continues to focus on the unwritten rules of baseball and further divides the Chicago locker room, he’s probably not the sharpest tool in the game. hangar.



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