Earned his Philly cheesecake on that one.
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Take a lap Mo…
If you dickheads make “I survived The Boston Marathon” shirts, I’m literally going to quit your stupid website.
take 2 laps Mo…
Dont worry a white man will always beat out the black man
shut up you stupid coon
prez should make you dive like that to catch your carrer.
oh no laxxx8 don’t go.
fuck off moolie…..
Save it for tomorrow mo
You’re a hack.
laxx8 i hope they make those t-shirt so you no longer bounce around barstool making stupid remarks like the one you just made
Unbelievable grab. I can somewhat see both sides to the people telling mo to fuck off but Christ, wait til tomorrow? So in 3 and a half hours it will be “appropriate” to post. Mo posts a great phillies play so he must not give a single fuck about what happened today…makes sense…
everyone can chill the fuck out he framed it in the context of the tragedy today. great catch.
Nothing like a tragedy to bring out the virulent racists pushing us farther apart. Good job, good effort assholes.
interesting how his last name is revere on today, patriots day, and with what has happened earlier
Not the time, most classless move in BS history… Besides hiring Neil. But really take some laps
@idbangbrady – I guess you weren’t around when pres posted the pics of Brady’s kids weiner
I had no problem with that, someone woulda posted it
Cmon guys, this is a sports website. Great plays like this is what gets us through the day. Mo was being respectful. Everybody needs to just show love right now, not hate.
Since when is this a sports website?
I can’t believe the idiots in this comment section. Mo already posted about the Boston Marathon tragedy and did a great job. Fuck all the racist haters in this section, seriously. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this blog post.
Usually mo isnt that funny but I gotta go with what rarb3 said, he framed it around today. Sports can act as a healing agent for some. No need for the hate….and racism.
Number 42 was all over that play. Not only did he make an unbelievable catch, he managed to race to first base and catch his own throw!
For everyone getting mad that this was posted, no one made you visit the website. Stick to the Boston page if you only want to see updates. Avoid the Philly site if you’re afraid to see something else posted.
Should have included this is the blog, Mo. Pretty cool gesture from Revere. https://twitter.com/MLB/status/323971865309749248/photo/1
Anyone who has a problem with this blog can go fly a kite. The greatest way to deal with national tragedy is to return to normalcy. Thanks Mo.
u guys are dicks leave mo alone
Nice find jdarts. A very respectful gesture.
i kinda thought it was pretty cool that a guy with an iconic boston name puts “pray for boston” on his glove before the game, and then goes and makes a sensational catch.
On a lighter note, anyone have a link to mtv teen moms sextape?
i dont think its been released yet but ill find it when it does
@id bang brady et. al. – we can’t watch a sports clip after today’s tragedy? Why? Shall we all just turn off our televisions and computers and sit in silent reflection? You fucking drama queen pussies. Good post, Mo.
I am anything but a racist but this tool is the biggest race baitor that I have come across in a very long time and deserves everything he has coming back to him. He took a huge dump on my city at his first chance. In no way, shape or form did he “put it in context” of the attacks yesterday, in fact just the opposite. His remarks were sarcastic in nature and vey dismissive of what happened. But hey, whatever helps you sleep at night…..
@bostonboss – I think you’re way off base w your comment. Mo shut it down for a few hours while the events unfolded and blogged about the same time everyone else did (kfc, Neil, kmarko, etc). Nothing he said in the above post was dismissive at all. Everyone feels terrible about what happened, I think you’re just being a huge pussy
@bostonbossfan – You’re breathtakingly stupid.
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