If you didn’t laugh out loud at this than you my friend are a dirty asshole.
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tornopen, shut the fuck up.
almost as classic as the dude who used to call strikes by pointing his finger up and making a circle. please someone tell me they remember that dude.
^^^ Some of the gayest shit I have ever read on barstool
But if an ump rung my kid up like this, it wouldn’t be funny. You’re doing way too much bro.
@goddy77 — no hating on the smokey smoke.
He seems really into the strike call, like he is embracing the ump role a little too much. Sort of dialed in. Ever smoke a blunt and try to do a task? Makes it seem like the most important matter in the world. He is enjoying it way too much.
Just can’t stand Umpires that try and be the center of attention. Nothing Worse
Tornopen, not heing a dick here bro but how so?
looks like the ump smoked a blunt before the game.
cancel philly is right. hardo is one of the funniest parts of barstool. there is just nothing worse than a hardo.
that was ball four. the kid walked. makes it even better. no ump has a freak out ball four call.
Sounds like Al Gore doing his ManBearPig calls
Any blog that’s has to do with someone being a Hardo is hilarious. Fucking hardos.
He’s waiting by the phone, as we speak, ready for his MLB call-up.
Hilarious. This umpire definitely got picked on as a youngster.
There’s some mlb ump that gives a big loud obnoxious “streeeeekkkk!” call with each strike. Can’t help but think he regretted ever making that his schtick. I mean on the 150th strike call of the night it has to get real old, right?
Here you go Ricky
Enrico Pallazzo… still doing it after all these years.
Obviously can’t blog this with no naked gun reference.
How can you not post Frank Drevin as the ump with this?
That dude have tourettes or what?
Gaystoolie is creaming himself over a fist like that
right down the middle. swing the bat kid
Love the people laughing in the background. You know he was ringing kids up all day with this call.
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