We aren’t going to see the Yanks play the Astros this year, unless they meet in the playoffs, so any “justice” is going to come from the Dodgers. Joe Kelly reminded us in last nights game that not all heroes wear capes.
First he missed against Alex Bregman…
3-0 pitch from Joe Kelly ends up going behind Alex Bregman. pic.twitter.com/q6P8CD5oqj
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) July 29, 2020
This dude yawned and throwing 96 to Bergman’s head, as if to tell the Astros he was not pleased by them not taking that ball to the dome!
Then he missed against Carlos Correa before eventually striking his ass out.
Joe Kelly strikes out Carlos Correa. Pleasantries are exchanged … then we get our first socially-distanced bench clearing altercation of the season.pic.twitter.com/dmQElWppqd
— SI MLB (@si_mlb) July 29, 2020
The benches cleared and the only problem was we didn’t get a full on brawl because of this stupid, god damn Covid. Otherwise you gotta bet you’re last red penny that these teams would’ve tussled.
The Dodgers and Astros cleared the benches after Joe Kelly struck out and exchanged words with Carlos Correa. pic.twitter.com/Z2l2A1sMG6
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 29, 2020
Joe Kelly, former Red Sox player, no stranger to starting fights, almost instantaneously became a national hero.