What if the Red Sox Didn’t Trade Kevin Youkilis to the White Sox, But Actually Sent His Evil Twin?

oldtimefamilybaseball:

Consider: 

Red Sox Youkilis: 

White Sox Youkilis: 

Not only did Youkilis change from a hero’s primary colors to a villain’s nefarious black and whites, but he gave up the goatee for a truly terrifying mustache. 

I’m not saying that the Red Sox subverted Major League rules by trading an evil twin to the White Sox, but I’m not not saying that either, if you catch my drift. 

(images via Chicago Now, MLB.com

sportspage:

inothernews:

In which Red Sox manager and all-around doofus Bobby Valentine interrupts a live shot with Boston Globe reporter and NECN CSN contributor Dan Shaughnessey  to exclaim “I’M NOT TRYING TO GET FIRED!”
(via the New York Daily News)

Ugh! There has never been a camera that Bobby didn’t like.

Also not trying Degree antiperspirant, apparently. 

sportspage:

inothernews:

In which Red Sox manager and all-around doofus Bobby Valentine interrupts a live shot with Boston Globe reporter and NECN CSN contributor Dan Shaughnessey  to exclaim “I’M NOT TRYING TO GET FIRED!”

(via the New York Daily News)

Ugh! There has never been a camera that Bobby didn’t like.

Also not trying Degree antiperspirant, apparently. 

Cody Ross must have REALLY liked that one year in Los Angeles … six years later, instead of going for the ball, he’s protecting the Dodgers’ image, making a complete mystery of whether the game is done, or if they have a chance of making a comeback.
Probably would have paid to play the ball, as his current team, the Boston Red Sox, lost another, putting them in the basement of the AL East.
(photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) 

Cody Ross must have REALLY liked that one year in Los Angeles … six years later, instead of going for the ball, he’s protecting the Dodgers’ image, making a complete mystery of whether the game is done, or if they have a chance of making a comeback.

Probably would have paid to play the ball, as his current team, the Boston Red Sox, lost another, putting them in the basement of the AL East.

(photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) 

Happy opening day. Third opening day. Yesterday, Japan and today. Happy third opening day.

Bobby Valentine.

And we’ve got one more coming tomorrow. Thanks, Bud. 

(via oldtimefamilybaseball)