Of Yasiel Puig's last 36 tweets, 33 of them say "Acabo de publicar una foto," which means "I just published a photo." Sure, he doesn't speak English, but is this the only thing he ever says in Spanish? Fascinating follow.
The safe guess here is that the irate, venge-seeking lawnmower happens to be one of the many diehard Yankee fans that absolutely loathes the lifeless atmosphere in the new stadium, which sadly exists thanks in part to the fashionably paralyzed Randy Levine and his clouded ticket pricing strategy.
When it comes to the New York Mets, the idea of cropping a secondary photo to use for the mobile site is beyond laughable for the likes of ESPN, a company with far bigger fish to fry. To be honest, we can hardly blame them.
Having said that, we're roughly three weeks away from bloodied horse heads, eye-raking road kill, and actual dongs being used as the primary feature photos. Can't wait.
The seemingly lonely close captioner here clearly had something on their mind during a predictably lifeless Mets-Cubs game. That or they've been following the Mets closely enough over the last decade to know that piling on was only the right thing to do.
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