Last night, Jonathan Papelbon’s seven game suspension ended and he was able to rejoin the team. So of course, Pap was asked about his famous re-adjustment (seen above, in almost too good of a picture), and he’s still claiming all he was doing was putting things in the right place. Papelbon told reporters, “I did it because I needed a re-adjustment.” He said he didn’t appeal his suspension, because he didn’t want it to carry over into next season when he’s pitching for [insert team name here]. Papelbon continued:
“Like I said earlier, if I really, really wanted to do something back (to the fans) it would have been more than just a little umph with the pants, you know what I mean? People are going to take it for what they want, you know what I mean?”
I get it. There are worse things that Paps could have done, such as actually whipping his dick out or going back out and facing another batter.
Other than that, Paps, how has the season been? “It’s been boring. It’s been aggravating and monotonous.” Oh no. I didn’t think I’d ever say this, but I completely agree with Jonathan Papelbon.