I really don't know what the big deal is about that, I mean, unless you've had your head in the sand, that stuff happens quite often, unless it's just completely stopped the last few years. We're up here, we can't hear it, but I know in my playing time, that happened all the time -- and if you're dumb enough to fall for it, shame on you.
"I got it". People have run by me -- "I got it". If you don't know the voice of your shortstop or second baseman I mean, you've got to know that. ...
If people think that's something new in baseball, please [laughs]. You ought to hear when a first baseman or third baseman goes towards the dugout to try to make a catch. How about a second baseman or shortstop dekeing a runner, you know, on a fly ball to the outfield?
Now like I said, if you're the opposing team, and you take exception to it, there are ways to deal with it and generally it comes from the pitcher on your club. That's how you deal with it. But don't tell me that that's something new in baseball.
June 2, 2007
Remy's Comments On A-Rod's Baserunning Distraction
Remy, last night on NESN, as Youkilis batted in the third inning:
by allan at 2:39 PM