Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Someone At the 'Star' Seems To Hate the Atlanta Braves

Posted By on Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 12:50 PM

Or at least, they seem to love them some Pittsburgh Pirates:

Yeah, take that, Julio Teheran!

I get that no one outside of Atlanta has cared for the Braves since they won a World Series in '95, but why go out of your way to cosmically ruin the day of a 22-year-old pitcher? I mean, unless someone there has got a weird passion for the Pittsburgh Pirates, in which case I can't even be mad — just concerned for their life choices.

For those curious, the Braves beat the Pirates 5-0 after the Star finished ruining what could have been the brightest day in this young pitcher's career. Way to go, jerks.

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