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Archive for April, 2011

Surprises At The 2011 NFL Draft

April 29, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The NFL Draft saw Roger Goodell booed, Mark Ingram slide and Prince Amukamara’s massive family live it up.

Prince Amukamara's normal family upbringing made him a no brainer for the NY Giants late in the 1st round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Prince Amukamara's normal family upbringing made him a no brainer for the NY Giants late in the 1st round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

From Yahoo Sports

Commissioner Roger Goodell did his best to handle the situation, talking through the chorus of boos and jeers he was welcomed with by the crowd at Radio City Music Hall. The fans also chanted “We want football!” several times – as if there were any chance of playing right now, but you get the point – and generally weren’t a happy group because of the labor dispute. What is clear from the various opinion polls out there measuring fan reaction is that nobody is particularly popular right now.

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Hillis Gets Madden Cover

April 28, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Peyton Hillis of the Cleveland Browns is surprised that he’ll be on the cover of Madden 12.

Peyton Hillis of the Cleveland Browns will be on the cover of Madden 12. Hillis will also be starring as Thing in the next Fantastic 4 movie.

Peyton Hillis of the Cleveland Browns will be on the cover of Madden 12. Hillis will also be starring as Thing in the next Fantastic 4 movie.

From MyFoxDC

Hillis, who bruised his way to popularity with Cleveland Browns fans in 2010 thanks to his punishing running style, was chosen via fan vote to be on the cover of the newest edition of the popular football video game.

His upset victory comes courtesy of rabid Browns fans, who used various social media platforms to get the word out and stuff the digital ballot box.

Hillis was acquired by the Browns last spring in a trade for quarterback Brady Quinn. In his first season as a starter, he ran for 1,177 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Original Photos ESPNSuperherotimes

Sabres Comments Motivated Flyers

April 27, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

The Philadelphia Flyers, who eliminated the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night, were fired up after Buffalo players mocked several recently divorced Flyers.

Danny Briere of the Philadelphia Flyers says Buffalo Sabres players crossed the line by mocking him over his divorce from Smurfette.

Danny Briere of the Philadelphia Flyers says Buffalo Sabres players crossed the line by mocking him about his divorce from Smurfette.

From The Montreal Gazette

Trash talk is common on the ice in the NHL playoffs, but Philadelphia Flyers forward Daniel Briere, right, said one member of the Buffalo Sabres “crossed the line” during Game 6 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final.

“Honestly, one of their young guys said something to me that was personal and crossed the line,” Briere told the Buffalo News.

“It got me fired up a little bit more than it usually does. That was probably a big part of it.”

According to the Buffalo News, citing a Flyers source, it was Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta who made remarks to Briere and Scott Hartnell about their divorces.

Original Photos Yahoo, halloweencostumes.com

Blackhawks Back From The Dead

April 26, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

After falling behind 3 games to none against the Vancouver Canucks, the Chicago Blackhawks have come back from the dead to force a game 7.

After playing like zombies for the 1st three games of the playoffs, the Chicago Blackhawks have come back from the dead to force a game 7 against the Canucks.

After playing like zombies for the 1st three games of the playoffs, the Chicago Blackhawks have come back from the dead to force a game 7 against the Canucks.

From The Toronto Sun

In Vancouver, things are much worse because expectations are so much higher. The Canucks need someone to apply the Heimlich manoeuvre because they are on the verge of choking.

It’s easy for us desk-bound pundits to brandish the c-word with impunity right about now, but how else to describe blowing a 3-0 series lead and now facing a Game 7 Tuesday in Vancouver against a reinvigorated Chicago Blackhawks team?

The Canucks won the Presidents Cup as the top overall team in the standings this season. The Blackhawks, despite winning their first Stanley Cup in 49 years last season, just squeaked into the playoffs this time around. In other words, the Canucks have everything to lose and the Blackhawks have nothing to lose.

Original Photos derekring, sportslogos

Jim Tressel’s Pants Are On Fire

April 25, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NCAA

Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel is in hot water for misleading the NCAA.

Jim Tressel is facing trouble from the NCAA for behaving like Jim Carrey.

Jim Tressel is facing trouble from the NCAA for behaving like Jim Carrey.

From The NY Times

The allegations, which came along with a letter to Gordon Gee, the president of Ohio State, last Friday and are posted on the university’s Web site, said that Tressel “failed to deport himself in accordance with the honesty and integrity normally associated with the conduct and administration of intercollegiate athletics.” The university has until June 5 to respond to the notice, and the infractions committee has scheduled a hearing for Aug. 12.

Original Photos 4.BP, zimbio

Pacers Discover Defense

April 23, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

The Indiana Pacers beat the Chicago Bulls and avoided being swept.

Tyler Hansbrough of the Indiana Pacers has been concentrating on defense.

Tyler Hansbrough of the Indiana Pacers has been concentrating on defense.

From ESPN

Danny Granger scored 20 points for the Pacers while Roy Hibbert added 16 points as Indiana was finally able to close out a game for the first time in this series. The Pacers’ defense was on point most of the day, limiting Derrick Rose and company throughout. Rose was just 5-for-20 from the field for 15 points. As a team, the Bulls looked tired and that showed in the form of their shooting percentage — just 37 percent. Rose simply couldn’t save the Bulls this time around and there will surely be fans who wonder if the sprained ankle he suffered at the end of the first quarter had something to do with his performance.

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Caps Looking To Erase History

April 23, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau has had some tough luck in his career during the playoffs, and his players know it.

Head Coach Bruce Boudreau of the Washington Capitals would be honored if Haagen-Dazs made an ice cream for him.

Head Coach Bruce Boudreau of the Washington Capitals would be honored if Haagen-Dazs made an ice cream for him.

From The Washington Times

Last year is still a painful, though forgettable, memory for the Caps. Facing the same situation – up 3-1 coming home against the Canadiens – Washington got run in the first 10 minutes of Game 5 and went on to lose the series. Asked what he remembered from that experience, Alex Ovechkin said: “I don’t remember nothing. I forget about it.”

Most players feel the same way – that the Montreal series is in the past and that this is a new team. Much of the belief about a new team comes from new players – namely Arnott and Hannan, who weren’t part of that collapse. As much as they helped in the regular season, they’re here for playoff time and to get this first-round series out of the way.

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Everybody Loves Coco

April 21, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

Coco Crisp of the Oakland Athletics is getting noticed more for his hair than his play.

Coco Crisp's afro

Coco Crisp's afro is getting noticed.

From NESN

Former Red Sox outfielder Coco Crisp has made headlines early this season with a voluminous “afro” hairstyle, and he’s glad that such was the case, as it took the attention away from his sub-Mendoza Line batting average.

Now, at least, Crisp has upped his average to .234.

Original Photos Yahoo, ak.buy

Bulls Are Focused

April 20, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

The Chicago Bulls are having a tough time with the Indiana Pacers.

Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls celebrates a basket by attacking a cheerleader.

Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls celebrates a basket by attacking a cheerleader.

From Bleacher Report

The Chicago Bulls lead the Indiana Pacers 2-0 in their first-round series. Although the Bulls are the No. 1 seed in the East, they have been played extremely tough by the Pacers. Indiana led for the entire Game 1 until Kyle Korver hit a go ahead three-pointer with under a minute to play. The Pacers then were very competitive in Game 2.

There have been a couple factors for why the Bulls have struggled in the first two games. Part of it has to do with them and part has to do with the Pacers.

Original Photos Yahoo, weddingbycolor

Boudreau Hates MSG

April 19, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

Washington Capitals’ Head Coach Bruce Boudreau does not think highly of Madison Square Garden.

Caps' coach Bruce Boudreau does not get treated nicely at Madison Square Garden, mainly because he blocks the view for many fans like he was Jabba The Hut.

Caps' coach Bruce Boudreau does not get treated nicely at Madison Square Garden. Mainly because he couldn't block the view for any more fans if he was Jabba The Hut.

From CBS Sports

If Bruce Boudreau isn’t familiar with a Bronx cheer, he soon will be.

Apparently the Capitals coach doesn’t get the aura of Madison Square Garden. In an interview with a Washington radio station, Boudreau shared a few thoughts on the “World’s Most Famous Arena.” Here’s betting he didn’t make any friends in New York.

“Its reputation is far better than the actual building,” Boudreau said in an interview on the station. “It’s nothing. The locker rooms are horrible. The benches are horrible. There’s no room for anything. But the reputation of being in Madison Square Garden is what makes it famous. Our building is a lot louder, too. They can say what they want, but it’s not that loud in there.”

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Alternate Logo: Chicago Blackhawks

April 18, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

The Chicago Blackhawks are on the brink of being eliminated from the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Chicago Blackhawks have looked lifeless against the Vancouver Canucks.

The Chicago Blackhawks have looked lifeless against the Vancouver Canucks.

From Sportsnet.ca

We could write at length about the Raffi Torres hit on Brent Seabrook, but we’ve got all day Monday for that. And we could praise the Canucks to the skies, but it’s starting to look like we may have another two months of that as well.

For now, with this series all but over, we should spare a moment to pay our respects to the fallen Stanley Cup champions, the Blackhawks, a team that isn’t only nowhere near as good as the Vancouver Canucks are. They are nowhere near as good as themselves a year ago either, down 3-0 in their first-round series to the Canucks, a pale impression of the team that eliminated Vancouver a year ago.

“Where we sit now, it’s not pretty. It’s really frustrating when you don’t put it all on the line; you don’t find a way to win that one,” Toews said, after a Mikael Samuelsson rebound goal – on the second or third whack – stood up as the winner in a 3-2 game.

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Phil Hughes Has Dead Arm

April 16, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

The New York Yankees placed Phil Hughes on the 15-Day DL .

The New York Yankees will be without Phil Hughes while he recovers from dead arm.

The New York Yankees will be without Phil Hughes while he recovers from dead arm.

From pinstripealley

Hey, Phil, I have a question. Your arm must have felt dead in Spring Training, too, right? I can’t imagine a scenario where you flew up to New York and all of a sudden you can barely touch 90 mph on the radar gun. If you knew that your arm “felt dead,” and that there was “nothing coming out,” you should have said something about it.

How many times have you heard about pitchers overcompensating because of a problem, whether it was their foot, leg, shoulder, or elbow? That overcompensation almost always leads to injury. Your arm is worth too much to this organization, especially during a year where pitching is at a premium in the Bronx. This team will need you in October, and a few starts in early April are not worth the risk of serious injury.

Hughes also commented on how frustrating this has been for him. I can only imagine, as the fans and Yankee hierarchy had high hopes for him this season. I’m sure he had high hopes for himself as well.

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Kobe’s Big Mouth

April 15, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers has been fined for directing an offensive term at a referee, but some folks wanted him suspended.

David Stern is not happy with Kobe Bryant's big mouth.

David Stern is not happy with Kobe Bryant's big mouth.

From The NY Times

The fallout was swift. And entirely predictable. The N.B.A. issued a fine and a harsh statement.

“Kobe Bryant’s comment during last night’s game was offensive and inexcusable,” Stern said. “While I’m fully aware that basketball is an emotional game, such a distasteful term should never be tolerated. Kobe and everyone associated with the N.B.A. know that insensitive or derogatory comments are not acceptable and have no place in our game or society.”

But the penalty wasn’t harsh enough. For a star player earning $27 million this season, a $100,000 fine — about 0.4 percent of his salary — is far less imposing than cutting into his playing time.

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Phil Mickelson Mad At Krispy Kreme

April 14, 2011 By: Katchop Category: Golf

Phil Mickelson is angry that a Krispy Kreme donut shop has been using his likeness in advertising.

Usually when Phil Mickelson gets mad over Krispy Kreme donuts, it's because nobody left any for him.

Usually when Phil Mickelson gets mad over Krispy Kreme donuts, it's because nobody left any for him.

From NBC Sports

We all recall how Phil Mickelson celebrated his victory in The Masters in 2010 … by rolling up to an Augusta, Ga., Krispy Kreme outlet the following day and ordering 36 donuts. (A tradition unlike any other). A KK employee used the occasion to take this famous photo, which he tweeted to AOL’s Clay Travis, and subsequently went viral, as they say.

But all did not end well wit the story, unfortunately. It seems that the Augusta Krispy Kreme location erected an in-store billboard display using the photo with their own logo. And when Phil’s lawyers got wind of it, legal threats began to fly.

Original Photos Yahoo, halfassamerica

Jets Serious About Moss

April 13, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The NY Jets’  interest in Randy Moss appears to be real.

The New York Jets have a real interest in Randy Moss.

The New York Jets have some interest in Randy Moss.

From ProFootballTalk

It sounds like Ryan’s public statements weren’t just some odd smokescreen.  As pointed out by Greg A. Bedard of the Boston Globe, two national writers say the Jets’ interest in Moss is genuine.

1. Vic Carucci of NFL.com: “According to multiple league insiders, the interest the Jets have in Moss is twofold. . . . One, it could help them weather the very real possibility of losing at least one of their three free-agent receivers: Holmes, Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith. Two, it would keep Moss from returning to the Patriots, whom he is known to want to re-join.”

2. Mike Freeman: “Several league sources told CBSSports.com the team is seriously intrigued by Moss.”

Original Photos theepochtimes, cloudfiles

Brook Lopez Still Needs Grooming

April 12, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Brook Lopez of the NJ Nets still needs some work.

Brook Lopez of the NJ Nets can be an animal on the court, but still need some grooming.

Brook Lopez of the NJ Nets can look like an animal on the court, but he still need some grooming.

From ESPN

Despite being 23 years old, Brook Lopez is very much a kid. A 7-foot, 265-pound kid. A gentle giant, if you will.

Off the court, that’s all well and good. It just doesn’t translate well on the hardwood.

Only two centers average more points than Lopez’s 20.4 per game. But 17 are averaging more than his six rebounds per game. And heading into the offseason, that’s where he needs to improve.

Johnson has called him out on it several times during the season.

In early January, when asked if he dreamed about the prospect of acquiring superstar Carmelo Anthony, Johnson responded, “No, I dream about our center grabbing 10 rebounds.”

Original Photos Yahoo, photobucket

Invisible Man Wins Masters

April 11, 2011 By: Katchop Category: Golf

Well maybe not invisible, but not too many people had heard of Char Schwartzell before yesterday.

Phil Mickelson helps the invisible Charl Schwartzel put on his new green jacket after Schwartzel's Masters win yesterday.

Phil Mickelson helps the invisible Charl Schwartzel put on his new green jacket after Schwartzel's Masters win yesterday.

From The St Augustine Record

OK sports fans, I want a show of hands: Who among you could have picked Charl Schwartzel out of a lineup among other random South Africans on Saturday?

Those of you with your hands up are either lying or need to get out more. Now we’ll all know who the guy is when we see his name on the leaderboard at The Players Championship next month.

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Manny Being Manny

April 09, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

Manny Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays abruptly retired after testing positive for steroids.

Manny Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays tested positive for steroids and has retired.

Manny Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays tested positive for steroids and has retired.

From MSNBC

Bobby Jenks (via WEEI.com): “I look at it as this. You do it, you get caught, you’re an idiot. If you do it again you’re a dumbass. I mean, it’s sad to see. One of the greatest hitters, or one of them, to make the same mistake twice, same bad choice. And within a year and a half of each other? I don’t know, you know?”

Joe Posnanski: “But Manny — I don’t know how he did it. Some will say he did it with steroids, but that seems a copout to me … I suspect a whole lot more players than anyone will ever admit used steroids. How many of them hit baseballs like Manny Ramirez?”

David Ortiz (via CSNNE.com): “It’s crazy, man. That’s the last thing I was expecting was for him to retire, and go through all of that situation. I don’t know all of the details. I’m like you guys, and just hearing about it. I’m just waiting for all of the rest of the stuff to come out. But it’s sad, man, that a player with that much talent and an unbelievable career . . . to get him out of the game with all of the negativity.”

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Moon Hurting Cam Newton?

April 08, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Some folks think Warren Moon might be doing more harm than good for Cam Newton.

Did Warren Moon play the race card behind Cam Newton's back?

Did Warren Moon play the race card behind Cam Newton's back?

From Bleacher Report

Former NFL quarterback, Warren Moon, recently commented about Newton’s criticism received by the media, claiming that racial judgments and mental dispositions were driving Cam Newton’s image out of its true self.

Newton is the lone African American quarterback amongst the main draft group (though I, the author, would argue Tyrod Taylor has been vastly overlooked).

But, Warren Moon might have been out of the modern frame of mind when he made his comments. Now, Moon dealt with a hand full of racial barriers as an NFL quarterback, but in the year 2011 it’s difficult to draw up the correlations Moon was trying to bring to our attention.

What NFL scouts want is talent, whether it’s black or white. They also want a smart player, especially for the quarterback position.

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Dodgers ‘Tweak’ Security

April 07, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

After a fan was beaten on opening day, the Los Angeles Dodgers have hired former LA police chief William Bratton to revamp their security.

Going to a Dodgers game will likely feel different with William Bratton heading security.

Going to a Dodgers game will likely feel different with William Bratton heading security.

From Reuters

The Los Angeles Dodgers, under fire over the brutal beating of a Giants fan on opening day, said on Wednesday they have hired former police chief William Bratton to review the team’s stadium security.

Bratton, who headed the Los Angeles Police Department from 2002 to 2009, is also a former police commissioner for New York and Boston.

“Bill Bratton is widely credited with spearheading modern community policing in America,” Dodgers owner Frank McCourt said in a statement.

“There is no one better to lead a top-to-bottom review of our current practices, and make recommendations to be implemented now and into the future,” he added.

Original Photos chicrunner, policewallpapers, telegraph.co.uk

Rangers Feeling Black And Blue

April 06, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

The New York Rangers nickname this season has been the Black and Blueshirts, due to their gritty play. Unfortunately, that same gritty play will cost Ryan Callahan the rest of the season due to a broken leg.

The New York Rangers nickname of the Black and Blueshirts isn't so charming anymore.

The New York Rangers nickname of the Black and Blueshirts isn't so charming anymore now that they've lost one of their top players for the season.

From The NY Post

It doesn’t get much more expensive than this and it doesn’t get much more devastating than this. The Rangers will first attempt to clinch a playoff spot and then attempt to do damage in the tournament without Ryan Callahan, who will be sidelined indefinitely with the broken right leg he sustained at the Garden on Monday night blocking a Zdeno Chara shot with 1:45 to go and his team protecting a one-goal lead in what became an emotional 5-3 victory over the Bruins.

This isn’t simply about the loss of the team’s spiritual leader, though there is that. This isn’t simply about the loss of the athlete who personifies the Black-and-Blueshirt mentality that has defined this band of blue-blooded brothers, though there is that, too.

This, rather, is about losing the team’s best and most reliable forward, and one of its three most valuable players — Henrik Lundqvist and Marc Staal complete the trio — on the cusp of the playoffs.

Original Photo nhlhockeyarenas

UConn Huskies Win

April 05, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NCAA

The Connecticut Huskies defeated Butler for their 3rd NCAA National Championship.

UConn won the NCAA National Championship, prompting bracket expert President Barack Obama to break out his hat and flash gang signs.

UConn won the NCAA National Championship, prompting bracket expert President Barack Obama to break out his favorite hat and flash some gang signs.

From The Hartford Courant

One might wonder how this happened. How did the 2010-11 UConn Huskies navigate this rocky and glorious path from Storrs to Maui to New York to Washington to Anaheim to Houston and end up as national champions? Then again, after four weeks of magic and moments that captivated the sporting world, how could it have ended any other way?

UConn, a team to be forever treasured from Greenwich to Thompson and Salisbury to Stonington, defeated Butler 53-41 before 70,376 to secure its third national title in 13 years. The legacy of coach Jim Calhoun, now one of five coaches to win three or more championships, shot into the stratosphere with other legends, and the program he essentially built from scratch between the rolling hills of Storrs has again climbed the NCAA mountain.

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Is It Over For The Tampa Bay Rays?

April 04, 2011 By: Katchop Category: MLB

Forbes is claiming that the Tampa Bay Rays are headed for contraction by 2014.

Larry King, who looks like the Crypt Keeper these days, threw out the first pitch at last night's Tampa Bay Rays game.

Larry King, who looks like the Crypt Keeper these days, threw out the first pitch at last night's Tampa Bay Rays game.

From Forbes

Strong push in Major League Baseball to dump the Tampa Bay Rays. From what I am hearing, I doubt there will be any baseball at Tropicana Field after 2014 even though the team’s lease runs to 2027.

The harsh reality is the Rays still have no fan support despite winning the AL East two out of the past three seasons and making it to the 2008 World Series. Stuart Sternberg’s group has done a good job of turning the team around on the diamond and developing and trading for  young players since taking control in 2004. But the Rays have averaged only 23,000 at the gate the past three seasons even though prices have been slashed and in 2010 the team had the second-lowest ticket prices in the AL ($19.75).

Original Photos Yahoo, flickr

Eddy Curry To The Heat?

April 03, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Sounds like former New York Knick and Chicago Bull Eddy Curry may play for the Miami Heat this year.

Eddy Curry might be taking his calories to South Beach, and could be wearing a Miami Heat uniform very soon.

Eddy Curry might be taking his calories to South Beach, and could be wearing a Miami Heat uniform very soon.

From The NY Daily News

According to the report, the likelihood of the Heat signing Curry is “better than 50-50.” But to add Curry, the Heat would have to waive a player, since the team is already at the league limit with 15. Dexter Pittman, a rookie who once played in the NBA Development League and saw his first action with the Heat Friday night against Minnesota, is rumored to be the player who could be cut to make room for Curry, who, according to the report is still hovering around 350 pounds.

During an optional team practice Saturday at The Sports Academy in Millburn, N.J., Pittman didn’t sound like a man who was worried by the rumors.

“It’s a business and by being in a business, you’ve got to make business decisions,” he said. “There’s always rumors. Some are true.”

Original Photos slamonline, jerseyrelease

David Ferrer Hits Ball At Child

April 01, 2011 By: Katchop Category: Tennis

Tennis player David Ferrer intentionally hit a ball at a crying child at the Sony Ericsson Open.

David Ferrer, shown here hitting a ball off a lost girl's head at the 2010 US Open, is in trouble for lobbing a ball at a crying baby during play at the Sony Ericsson Open.

David Ferrer, shown here hitting a ball off a lost girl's head at the 2010 US Open, is in trouble for lobbing a ball at a crying baby during play at the Sony Ericsson Open.

From Busted Racquet

David Ferrer was preparing to serve in his Sony Ericsson Open quarterfinal match against American Mardy Fish when the sound of a bawling child filled the stadium court. The sixth-ranked Spaniard briefly paused, but decided to play through the noise.

Ferrer lost the point. Then he lost his composure. Looking in the general direction of the crying baby, Ferrer lobbed a ball into the crowd in frustration. He went on to lose the next point and four straight games, capping a complete second-set meltdown.

Given how bad Ferrer’s groundstrokes were in the second set, it’s no surprise that the ball didn’t come close to hitting the baby. (Rimshot!)

Ferrer’s actions were reckless and immature. It was a bully move borne out of frustration. He hit a ball in anger toward the crowd, which is never acceptable, particularly when it’s at a defenseless child. He’s lucky he didn’t get a warning or a fine. He’s even more lucky the ball didn’t come close to hitting anybody.

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