Delmon Young: Still Not a Player

There was at least one comment on yesterday’s Crash Bag that insinuated that I have an unhealthy fixation on hating Delmon Young, to which I can only say, yeah, but screw you.

Delmon Young, the Great Satan, is currently working out for the Phillies, putting weight on his surgically repaired ankle (and what a weight he’s putting on that ankle!) but lest we forget that his OBP over the past two years was under .300, I bring you this, with a huge c/g to Jake Pavorsky, who did the heavy lifting in Photoshop, I submit the following.


Or, to go first person, Delmon Young: “I’m not a (good) player. I just crush alot.”

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  1. Jesse

    March 10, 2013 08:56 AM

    It looks more like he’s saving that alot, which kinda makes him a bit of hero, no?

    Delmon Young, the Great Hero.

  2. Phan analysis

    March 11, 2013 01:39 AM

    If a baseball was coming at whatever the hell that thing is, and the only person there to stop it was Delmon Young, it would certainly get hit. Maybe if it was a hot dog…he would definitely stop that.

    Hey, that gave me an idea for Delmon’s outfield training! Use one of those hot dog cannons from dollar dog night and shoot them in the outfield for Delmon to track down! Of course you would have to stop him from then eating the hot dogs, but you could somehow integrate a shock collar into it for that purpose…

    Anybody have Cholly’s phone number??

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