Thursday, September 29, 2016

Koji Uehara tries to 'save' as much champagne as possible, NESN flouts the FCC

Putting aside the fact that the Red Sox likely blew their chance at home-field advantage throughout the postseason last night (their surprising loss, combined with the Rangers' comeback win puts Boston 1.5 games back in the race for the AL's best record with four to play--and Texas owns the tiebreaker, so the Sox would have to go 4-0 or 3-1 and hope the Rangers finish 1-2 or 0-3), the division-clinching celebration in the locker room was quality entertainment.

My two highlights:

1. NESN's complete disregard for standard FCC regulations regarding profanity.  Here's a very small sample:

2. Koji Uehara's unwillingness to let any partially filled champagne bottles end up in the trash (or recycle bin), despite also dumping exorbitant amounts of bubbly all over his teammates:

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