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Prince Fielder lost it again tonight in a road loss against Cincinnati, going after fellow teammate Manny Parra in the Brewer’s dugout.
Remember what he pulled last week after making an out late in the game in another loss to the Cubs?
Fielder hates his father, red meat, and pressure. Get rid of him ASAP. Send him to an American League team where he can rest his fat body, be a designated hitter, not play in the field where he won’t tear up his knees. Maybe we can get a decent pitcher and be rid of this immature big baby.
Nice job controlling your club, Ned Yost.
And the Brewers think they’re contenders when they can’t handle a road game against the Reds?
MONDAY, Aug. 4, 2008, 8:54 p.m.
Frustrations boil over for Brewers in loss
After retiring 13 straight hitters, Manny Parra gave up four runs in the fifth inning, including a two-run double to winning pitcher Bronson Arroyo as the Brewers lost to the Cincinnati Reds, 6-3.
Prince Fielder went after Parra after the two exchanged words at the end of the sixth inning.
Cameras showed Fielder and Parra talking in the visiting dugout at Great American Ball Park near the bat rack near the left end of the dugout. Fielder said something to Parra and gestured in the air with his right hand.
Parra, who had just been removed from the game, then swiped up his hat and jacket off the bench as he and Fielder continued to walk side-by-side toward the other end of the dugout.
Fielder then turned to the unsuspecting Parra and pushed him down hard on the bench. Fielder then came at Parra again, pushing him hard in the face with both hands. Parra seemed stunned and did not try to defend himself.
Does this happen in Lou Piniella's or Tony La Russa's dugouts in Chicago or St. Louis?
Brewers in the playoffs?
Only in this instance:
PS: Let's see how the "homers" handle this story.