Hey Shane, you would’ve gotten your ass kicked

Word has come out that Blue Jays manager John Gibbons threatened to fight with ex-Blue Jay Shea Hillenbrand after Hillenbrand wrote the “ship was sinking” on a clubhouse bulletin board.

Hillenbrand was a bit sensitive that the team did not congratulate him after his adoption of a little girl. He was on the bench when he returned to the team and just didn’t like it. Hey, it’s Shea Hillenbrand after all. He deserves the superstar-treatment.

As for why the “ship was sinking.” Well, perhaps the Royals ship is sinking. Or KC’s ship already pulled a Titanic. But the Blue Jays are 11 over .500. Sinking? Ugh, thanks for the cliché and all, Shea, but c’mon.

You can just about scratch yourself off any team’s list which has a hard-ass manager.

And if you’ve seen John Gibbons, it’s probably a good thing Shea’s already out of town. Gibbons is not someone you’d like to come across in a dark alley.

In other news: Cleveland traded closer Bob Wickman to Atlanta Thursday for the secret to ex-pitching coach Leo Mazzone’s rocking.


5 Responses

  1. Haha I wish we could have seen a fight manager vs. play. Would have been fun, and it would have been all over youtube…oh well.

  2. It would have been a great “Loser Leaves Town” match.

  3. I agree, it would have been awesome to see Shea get beat down. Too bad it wasn’t Mr. Young who would have picked up his own bat.

  4. I wonder if Shea thinks the Giants “dinghy is still afloat”, now that he’s on SF.

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