Como el tigre o el gato pequeño?
To make Bryant’s inane offense even more ludicrous, Marcell Ozuna and John Brebbia (he of the 1.6 career WAR) both felt the need to pipe up from their social media gallery, again calling Bryant a “loser,” and insinuating Bryant is a “little cat” rather than a “tiger.”
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I feel the need to pull out the Gene Wilder/Willy Wonka meme and change it to ask, “Tell me again, Marcell what have you ever won?” Since Ozuna and Brebbia are such experts on being winners, we should definitely take them at their word in believing that Kris Bryant is a crybaby loser and that St. Louis is a super exciting city for visiting players and fans.
Maybe Ozuna should do a little homework on the “little cat,” because since Bryant’s arrival, the Cubs have won 400 games, a World Series, six playoff series, and two outright Central Crowns while tying for a third this past season.
In that same time span, St. Louis has won one Central Crown (while Ozuna was playing with the incredibly “successful” Miami Marlins) and was bounced by the Cubs in the playoffs. Oh, and the “little cat” also has a Rookie of the Year and an MVP trophy sitting on his little mantle. How many of either do you have, Marcel? How ’bout you, John?