With the recent trade that sent Peter Bourjos and Randal Grichuk to St. Louis in exchange for David Freese and Fernando Salas, Everyone has had their chance to say something. From Dave Cameron of Fangraphs to Garrett Wilson of Monkey With A Halo to someone commenting on a post here at Halo Hangout questioning if I understand baseball.
Jerry Dipoto made comments, Freese and Bourjos made comments, Grichuk tweeted about it. Everyone. Mike Scioscia, however, has been surprisingly absent in the analysis of the swap. At least, until now that is.
It looks as though the Angels Skipper is traveling, so I can understand why he didn’t have fun with the “reporter” and start doing the running man while eating a canoli and reciting his favorite quotes from Les Misérables. What? I can’t be the only one who would’ve done something obnoxious like that, right?
I have watched the video four or five times now, and I still can’t figure out the name that was said that made Scioscia laugh. Scioscia can now add to his résumé that he has been mildly stalked by the paparazzi. Good for you, Scioscia. Good for you. Maybe it is time for the Angels to capitalize on this and get their own reality TV show on the air. I mean, it did wonders for Ozzie Guillen‘s career.