Source – This is a column written in direct reaction to Sunday’s controversial post-game incident involving Marcus Stroman who angrily stormed away from a media session outside the clubhouse at Fenway Park following yet another Blue Jays loss to the Red Sox.
He didn’t like a question from Sportsnet’s Arash Madani.
The question from Madani, one of the most professional reporters in the business, was properly left to the end of the scrum because it had nothing to do with the game that had just taken place, a 5-2 loss to the Sox in which Stroman had allowed four runs in five innings, running his season record to 2-7, 5.86 ERA.
As the cameras shut down and Stroman stalked away, he turned and ranted, “I’m f–ing terrible! We’re f–ing terrible! And you’re asking about Nat f—ing Bailey!” That of course was referring to the beautiful home ballpark of the Class-A Vancouver Canadians, where he broke in as a first-year pro in 2012.
The reason Madani asked the question — meant to be part of another video story — is that because other than after his own starts, Stroman makes sure he is not available to any media for any type of interview. And the Jays have allowed that.
Stroman Is the biggest Baby in MLB and he’s more pissed off about his shitty rep than getting bombed and the jays sucking ass right now.
I know Arash and he’s possibly one of the most professional, hardworking and respectful real journalists I’ve ever met.
Marcus not being available for interviews tells you all you need to know about him. The Jays allowing him to not take part shows how out of touch they Jays really are and displays how little control they have over whats going on.
At this point, I’m trading Stroman for a pack of ‘Big League Chew’ and a full prostate exam. What a suckhole.