Boston Red Sox Fans Ogling Derek Jeter At All Star Game For Being a Class Act Are The Worst

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I’ve never really minded Derek Jeter. I mean, in the end he turned out to have a better career than Nomar Garciaparra. But I stand by every thing I said about Jeter in a drunken stopper in ought one. Nomar at his best was still better than Jeter at his best. Period.

But as a player he’s never really given me a reason to hate him. He’s not LeBron or Sidney Crosby or one of those idiots you love to hate. He’s kind of like Peyton Manning with more championships. He was there for a long time. He played for the bad guys. He tore shit up. He won championships. I don’t hate Jeter. I was just always loyal to my boy Nomaaaahhh.

With that said I wanna throw up with what I’m watching right now. This All-Star Game has quickly turned into the Derek Jeter blow-a-thon. The money shot came when this “Respect” commercial was aired:

Look, I can appreciate the greatness of Derek Jeter’s career. But I draw the line with all this bullshit he’s getting. The man did his job every day and he was handsomely rewarded for it with tons of cash and every woman who has ever stepped foot in New York. That’s something we tip our cap to now? Newsflash – when you’re being paid millions of dollars to play a game you’re POSED-A come to work every day and do your job!! Now we’re tipping our cap to players for honoring their contracts? You low expectation mother fuckers!!!

All of a sudden Red Sox fans are coming out of the woodwork all over Twitter and Facebook and they’re talking about Jeter being a “class act”. Seriously, go on Twitter right now and search for “Jeter class act red sox.” Watch what comes up. All types of feel good bullshit. Where were all these people 10-12 years ago? They were up at UMass yelling “Jeter swallows” and “Nomaahhhs bettaaahhhh.”


So what caused the change? Two words: A-Rod. Ought four was the year everything changed. A-Rod played a little just the tip with the Red Sox before going over to the Bronx. His dooshnozzelry immediately made Jeter a forgotten man as far as Red Sox fans were considered. Because A-Rod is a professional nudnik. He’s just so fucking easy to hate.

So all of a sudden Jeter looked like a God damn altar boy, and now he’s some folk hero for not being a professional asshat like A-Rod. So when Jeter came up to bat the hero of the day stepped up and started chanting “overrated”, apparently directly next to a microphone:

It was nice of Wain-o to purposely give DJ a meatball to hit there. That’s not being a biased Red Sox fan either. He admitted to it afterwards. Luckily the Red Sox-Jeter fan club came to his rescue though. Check out the Jeter orgy on social media, particularly from the Massholesports Facebook page, which is the biggest collection of Boston morons you will ever encounter. This is the I love Jonny Gomes fan club at it’s worst:

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Yea, what a looser!! Loosest dude in the whole stadium. Kicking someone out for yelling “overrated” seems like a reasonable thing to do. Because God knows you can’t call Jeter overrated on his big night!! That’s blasphemy.

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Newsflash – you’re not supposed to do PED’s or get in trouble with the law. Not getting busted for those things doesn’t make Jeter a class act and I could give a fuck less if he’s the “captain” of the team. Making someone a captain is something meaningless we give high school kids to make themselves feel special when they’re seniors. And what makes us so sure he didn’t do steroids? As far as I’m concerned they were all dues paying members of a union that refused steroid testing for years. They’re all guilty and I could give a shit less if they did do it.

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Killer cliche right there. He played the game the right way? What does that even mean? He didn’t play with his uniform inside out? He didn’t moon the opposing team after hitting a home run? He went out there, played shortstop, hit the ball around, and banged every woman with a pulse in Manhattan. Apparently that makes him a class act.

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First of all thank God Kenny P established that he’s a Red Sox fan till the day he dies, because for a moment there I thought this was just a 20 year commitment. But this whole “loyalty” thing is absolutely hilarious too. LOL. How hard is it to be loyal to the Yankees? You know how much he’s made in his life with the Yankees? $265,159,364!! That’s the second most ANY player has made in a lifetime in the history of MLB!! So yea, I’m sure it’s really fucking hard to be loyal to a team that’s paying you more than a quarter of a billion dollars. In 2010 he was paid $33 million and repaid the Yankees by hitting .270 with 10 home runs and 67 RBI. What a loyal guy!!

Oh and another thing, Jeter has always played on the team with more resources than every other team in MLB. He played for an owner who demanded accountability and put together teams that were built to win. That’s exactly what the Yankees did. So why the hell would he not be loyal to the Yankees? Here’s a question – would Jeter be so loyal if he spent his career in Kansas City? Would he be content with making a quarter of what he did in New York and always playing on a losing team? Yea, I’m sure that would’ve gone over well.

And if Jeter did it the right way then who did it the wrong way? Obviously it’s easy to hate villains like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. But I’ve got some people telling me David Ortiz. Is Papi a whiny beyoch sometimes? Oh yea. One of the worst. But guess what? Unlike Jeter, Papi plays for a bunch of chiselers who give him one year contracts no matter how many cycles of steroids he promises to take. He’s made less than half of what Jeter’s made in his career, despite wining three rings and literally putting the Red Sox on his back during all three of em. Plus he’s a DH, so he has every right to whine when some idiot scorer sheists him by calling a hit an error. As a DH he gets paid based on how many hits he gets. If he had guaranteed $30 million contracts like Jeter we’d probably here from him a lot less.

Here’s some more crap that will make you wanna puke:

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Did I miss something? Did Derek Jeter cure cancer? Did Derek Jeter part the Red Sea? Did he bring peace to the Middle East? I haven’t seen this much love given to someone for doing absolutely nothing since President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize. Get your shit together Red Sox fans.

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6 Comment(s)
  • Finnish goalie
    September 25, 2014 at 9:09 am

    I would imagine you’re getting ready for a large write up on Jeter’s last weekend being at Fenway?

  • Hollywood
    July 17, 2014 at 10:58 am

    I love this guy!! I am seriously laughing hysterically. I am a Yanks fan and Jeter fan and although I think Derek would even agree that he benefitted from being in a great position to benefit and prosper with a great Yanks organization, he was still a great player, brought alot to the table, earned on his own merit in clutch situations, did his job, and deserved the recognition and his final tribute. He was a great image for sports and stepped up when faced with crucial moments. There is no denying that. He rose to occasions and gave his own fans something to cheer and rival fans something to envy.

    Having said that, I love it that this guy is just hating the way he is. It restores my faith in the rivalry of Yanks vs Sox. Enough of this nicey nicey bullshit. Although your players Nomar, Varitek, Pedro, Papi, Pedroia and all the good players that played for the Sox during my era of rivalry,……..I agree with this guy. I enjoy crushing these guys and my stomach turned when we “occasionally” lost. I was sick to my stomach when the Sox turned 3 games to 0 and beat Mo then go on to end the curse, and I can assure you, Jeter wasn’t all happy for them either. I wouldn’t be sucking their fatties all of a sudden when they retired either. I do miss the great competition because both teams are mid to bottom feeders now and it’s hard to watch. But I wouldn’t lower my guard and act like I have to give Big Papi credit for burying my team. I’d clap once in honor for him because I love baseball and he was a big part of what made the rivalry competitive, but I wouldn’t be blogging about how classy he was or how he’ll be missed. Just like I could care less about Nomar. But that is how pathetic you Red Sox fans are!!!! You are trying to befriend us Yankee fans by using Derek Jeter’s retirement as a way to have us smile with you and drink beers together. But you ain’t getting any of my beer!!! I don’t want you in my bar. You people have no intestinal fortitude. And I just love that this guy is trying to round up the Red Sox Nation troops but can’t. You guys just suck!!!!! It is clear that this guy is embarrassed by the Red Sox Nation and wishes he was born in pinstripes.
    – Johnny Damon

  • Wabbitt
    July 16, 2014 at 4:45 pm

    The funny thing is that the guy who writes Masshole Sports agrees with the Turtleboy that this ball washing of Jeter needs to stop. It’s the idiots on his Facebook page who drank the Kool-Aid.

    Someone in the comments of the referenced post had it right though – Jeter is an above average guy who played his whole career for one team. He’s the Yankees version of Paul Molitor. A perennial All Star? Certainly. A Hall of Famer? Sure. One of the all time best? No fucking way.

  • Margee Pesikov
    July 16, 2014 at 10:35 am

    For the record, I have not had sex with Derek Jeter. But I would. I would lovefest all over him.

  • July 16, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Nice bias to Boston buddy you’re a hell of a journalist…

    • Joey G
      July 16, 2014 at 7:31 pm

      Congratulations, Turtleboy, you are officially the first sports writer in history who has loyalty to a particular team and who shows any bias whatsoever.

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