Or as the chicken parmigiant Michael the K said yesterday…“It looks like Jemile Weeks goes to the same barber as his brother.” (in-studio stale Snicker bars abound)
Morgan was simply a disgrace in center field Friday night, at least by modern-day standards. The bleacher fans were riding him, as is their custom with most any opposing outfielder, and Morgan heard every word. He routinely engaged them with words and sweeping gestures, at least one of them carrying the hint of malice, and created a tempestuous atmosphere that easily could have led to alcohol-fueled retaliation.
Duane Kuiper chided Morgan on the KNBR/Comcast postgame show, saying it made no sense to incite fans in that manner. Brewers manager Ron Roenicke delivered the same message to Morgan after the game, saying it was OK to “be yourself” on the field, but only to a point. Asked by reporters how he felt about the fan abuse, a congenial Morgan replied, “I love it.”
Really? You actually enjoy it? “F- yeah,” he said with a smile.
“The guys on the team really like this guy,” said a source close to the Brewers. “He is not malicious in any way. He’s funny, good-natured, pleasant to be around. But he’s an entertainer. He’s flamboyant.”
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