Friday, March 16, 2012
2 Legit 2 Quit
Lots of talk this spring training has come around Pineda's less than impressive fastball and Raul Ibanez's less than impressive hitting abilities. The one story that has slipped under the radar, is Jeter's gangster rating. This year, his gangster has been projecting far greater than in previous years. His gangster over replacement player or GORP, is a stunning 48 Joe Pesci's. Statisticians have projected him as a .357/.400/.450 player, all of which are calibers of bullets. It may be too early to tell, but Jeter may be in for his best year in recent memory. Definitely his most gangster year. Despite his age, Jeter remains the most gangster player in all of baseball. Baseball players get old and become obsolete, Jeter gets old and becomes the Don Corleone of the baseball world. Respect his gangster.
Posted by Fernando Alejandro at 6:30 AM
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Take that, Fangraphs!
Oh Jeter, I'm waiting for the season to begin! I'm glad to know that his gangster will be better than ever.
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