A sticky situation: Michael Pine-aid-a causes twitstorm
The Guru Contributing Writer
New York Yankees starter Michael Pineda, who was slathered in pine tar in his last start against the Sox, was up to his old tricks again Wednesday night. However, this time he was busted pine-handed. Or pine-necked.
After Red Sox manager John Farrell asked the umps to check Pine-aid-a for a foreign substance, the Yankees right-hander was promptly tossed and faces a 10-game suspension.
You stay classy, New York.
Of course the entire sticky situation caused a twitstorm over on Twitter: