A cracker would be canned

Harold Reynolds has always been at or near the bottom of the list of my favorite pulpiteers.  It’s not just that he was fired from ESPN in 2006 for sexual harassment (who knows, maybe he was “misunderstood”).  I’ve gotten used to him continually referring to the Rays as “Tampa” rather than “Tampa Bay.”  I can even tolerate his voice, which sounds like it’s been soaked in a pitcher of pink lemonade and then spanked with a rolling pin.  What really grinds my gears are his “insights,” as mind-scrambling as a bong hit without the pleasant buzz.  Yet his comment on MLB Network’s Hot Stove tonight, about the Twins’ April home games at Target Field, reached a new depth of inanity:  “The main two guys, Morneau from Canada and Mauer who’s a local boy, they should be fine.  But Denard Span and all the brothers on that team – good luck in the cold!”

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