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They aren't that uncomfortable if you get used to it.
Asked where the pitch hit him, Valdespin replied, “in the d—k,”
EDIT: I didn't wear a cup to the game, now that I think about it. So I guess I didn't learn a lesson.
I was a catcher, so you'd better believe I always wore a cup.
Jokes aside, I am intrigued by Valdespin. I think he could hit 15-20 homers in a full season. He's got a nice swing.
I played with guys and have heard guys here say that they never wore a cup. I could never understand that. I took two fairly sharply hit balls off the nuts in my not terribly long career. I realize I'm not a major leaguer, but I wasn't a bad fielder. It just seems ridiculous to not wear one.
Obligatory Nutty Buddy link.
John Riggins was on there and he said he never wore a cup playing football, which sounded quite odd. I thought all those guys wore cups.
I wear a cup just for walking around. You never know what's out there.
Now he knows how I felt when Google Reader was shut down.
Nobody feels "as free" with a cup.
Adrian Beltre agrees with the prevalent opinion that one should always wear a cup in the field.
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