Ned Yost Falls Out Of Tree, Proves There Just Might Be A God

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by Frank Rhombus

Christmas came early for Brewers fans who are still butthurt over the way Ned Yost mismanaged the 2007 and 2008 Milwaukee Brewers.

Believe me, those people actually exist, and I’m pretty sure one of them is my boss.

You don’t see many managers get canned the year their team makes the postseason, but you may remember that that was indeed the case with pig shit awful manager Ned Yost in 2008 when he was at the helm of the Milwaukee Brewers. On August 31, the Brew Crew were 24 games over .500 at 80-56, thanks in large part to the left arm of CC Sabathia. After Yost decided to have them lose 11 of their next 14 games, owner Mark Attanasio wasn’t having it and fired his ass with just 12 games to go. The Brewers won 7 of those remaining games, including the final game of the year (once again thanks to Sabathia), making their first postseason appearance since 1982 in the process.

Yost would find work a few years later as skipper of the Kansas City Royals, and when KC won it all in 2015, I’m telling you, my boss Tommy was ready to jump off a ledge because according to him, it was proof once and for all that there really was no God looking down on this planet.

Now jump to two days ago when Yost fell out of a tree and broke his hip, and I’d say that you’re well on your way to getting God back in Tommy’s circle of trust. After all, when you sell your soul to the devil, the day of reckoning eventually comes around.

For Yost, that day came Wednesday when he broke his pelvis while trying to repair a tree stand on his 58-acre property about 60 miles south of Atlanta. Team officials said he’s resting comfortably in an Atlanta hospital and should make a full recovery, which Tommy said is good news for fans of five-game losing streaks and piss poor management of a pitching staff…

Wait, there’s more: How About NBC 10 Remembering Roy Halladay By Showing Clips Of Him Surrendering Home Runs?

You have got to see this shit:

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