October 24, 2012, - 6:23 pm

Jew-Beating MVP & Wife-Beating Triple Crown Winner: Why I Won’t Root for Tigers in World Series

By Debbie Schlussel

Tonight, Game One of the World Series will commence. And I won’t be rooting for the Detroit Tigers. That’s because its two biggest stars are Jew-hater Delmon Young–who beat up Jews in New York for wearing yarmulkes and yelled, “F–king Jews! F–king Jews!” at them, and wife beater Miguel Cabrera, a drunk who drinks and drives and beats his wife. Yup, a real crew of Nobel Peace Price winners. (I’m not kidding. As we know, Jew-hatred and similar activities qualifies one for that award.)


Jew-Hater Delmon Young & Drunk Driver/Wife-Beater Miguel Cabrera

On top of that, Young received the MVP award in the ALCS (American League Championship Series) from sports writers, despite his anti-Semitic episode, and he was cited for his “outstanding character” when he was given the award. Even he looked surprised when he heard this. “Character” is one of the categories the baseball writers are supposed to consider when voting on the MVP award, and yet beating up Jews is apparently not bad character. These are the same baseball writers, mind you, who won’t vote Pete Rose–one of baseball’s greatest–into Baseball’s Hall of Fame because he gambled on teams other than his own. So, they prefer Jew-hatred to gambling. Thanks for the tip. I think I get it now: Jew-hatred–not a character flaw. Gambling–that’s Nazi behavior. (Pete Rose SHOULD be in the Hall of Fame, as I’ve repeatedly argued on this site.)

Young is still facing charges for his anti-Semitic hate crime and is trying to work a plea deal. Meanwhile, starstruck, jock-sniffing Tigers fan Rabbi Joshua Bennett has agreed to play capo and give Young the kosher seal of approval for his disgusting behavior (even though Bennett’s own practices aren’t kosher–they serve shrimp at weddings at his Temple). This is Delmon Young’s character. It can’t–it won’t–be changed by meeting with a watered down Reform “rabbi” who knows very little about Judaism himself and whose joke of a Michigan temple resembles a church more than a synagogue (and is populated by ignoramuses). It wouldn’t be changed if Young met with a real rabbi–an Orthodox one who knows his stuff. Delmon Young didn’t become a Jew-hater yesterday or even in April, when he beat up Jews. He became a Jew-hater because he learned it from his Black parents (or, more likely, single “parent”/babymama) and community. Heck, he probably has Jewish lawyers and agents and accountants. Makes no difference. That’s who he is.

Reader Richard:

If his victim had been Black and Young White, every race hustler in the US would have been screaming for his head.

You know that’s right.


Reader Fred:

It’s disgraceful that Delmon Young got the MVP award. I ind it so offensive that his arrest is being treated by the mainstream media as if it was just boys being boys. Can’t find anyone who has spoken out about it. I can only imagine the morons who voted for Young. Can’t understand how Pete rose doesn’t make the Hall of fame for gambling, but no problem with this guy–an anti-Semite–voted as an MVP . . . in the same year that he commits this hate crime.

From the Baseball Writers Association of America site, here is the criteria for the MVP award. Notice item number three:

There is no clear-cut definition of what Most Valuable means. It is up to the individual voter to decide who was the Most Valuable Player in each league to his team. The MVP need not come from a division winner or other playoff qualifier.

The rules of the voting remain the same as they were written on the first ballot in 1931:

1. Actual value of a player to his team, that is, strength of offense and defense.

2. Number of games played.

3. General character, disposition, loyalty and effort.

And then, there’s Cabrera. He has a record of recent drunken incidents in Michigan AND Florida (where he was stopped for drunk driving around the time of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game in 2011 and asked police to shoot him). In 2009, he allegedly got into a physical argument with his wife (some say he beat her and he had defensive scratches on his face) on the same night, he was escorted from a restaurant by police after drunkenly threatening diners at the swanky Birmingham, Michigan Townsend Hotel, threatening them that he had a gun. Yup, a real winner. But, sadly, Cabrera won the first Major League Baseball Triple Crown title in 46 years. At least his title isn’t based on character but actual talent. Doesn’t mean I gotta cheer for this oafish brute of a multi-millionaire.

Would you cheer for your hometown team if these two cretins were among its biggest stars? I like pitcher Justin Verlander. But at least two of his teammates are utter pieces of crap.

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46 Responses

I’m rooting for former Astro via Philly, Hunter Pence and the Giants, although I haven’t watch a single bb game in years.

WilliamMunny on October 24, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    Gee, they sound like NFL material (eg Michael Vick).

    As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 25, 2012 at 12:00 pm

I know this will go over like a lead balloon, but people who cheer for professional athletes would be better off cheering for Ford, Exxon, Coca-Cola, Chevron, or some other big business.

Professional sports are all about multi-millionaires playing for billionaires, in stadiums paid for by you thousandaires, the taxpayer. These players do not like their fans (for the most part), and see them only as a means to support their life style. Many do not like the game they are playing; it is an ends to a means. There are very few Cal Ripkens who give back to the game and to the public.

Players often don’t “give their all,” lest an injury end their yearly multi-million dollar salaries. When you pay to go to a game, you are watching only only part of a player; he is reserving his best skills for the year in which his contract is up.

Unlike years ago, when football players got paid less than some federal employees, and baseball players made very good, but not astronomic salaries, these people lived among us, worked regular jobs in the off season, and worried about mortgages, etc. They kept their noses clean (with no white powder under them, either), lest they get kicked off the team for even a whiff of scandal.

Now, the NBA and the NFL compete to see whose players can collect the most felony charges. Baseball players are way behind, as many of them would run the risk of being sent back to the Dominican Republic (high unlikely). Tennis has mostly escaped this garbage, and many of the players, such as Roger Federer, actually do give back. Many give tennis lessons now and then to the weekend player at tennis facilities around the country. Many mingle with their fans. Still not worthy of worship, but for some reason, tennis operates on a different plain than some of the other sports.

Scientists working to cure cancer and heart disease toil in obscurity. But society, including the Moron in Chief in the White House, fawns all over anybody about the age of two who can dribble.

So go pay your $100/game to be a fan. Go cheer for a multi-millionaire. Who is cheering for you?

JEG: I couldn’t agree more and have made similar comments on this site previously. The people who play for any town’s team are mercenaries with no ties to the town and who mostly live elsewhere for the off season and will go anywhere for bigger money. And I’ve said before that I don’t pick and choose favorite uneducated, ignorant criminal multi-millionaires to beat other uneducated, ignorant criminal multi-millionaire thugs. I’ve said before on this site that no matter who wins, it won’t change my life, make me more money, or get me bonuses and endorsement deal lucre. It will only enhance the bottom lines of those athlete mercenaries and the billionaire mercenaries for whom they work and whose office/workplace of a stadium or arena that the taxpayers built. DS

Jonathan E. Grant on October 24, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    JEG, that’s why I am no longer a fan of Baseball (was back in the 80′s), Basketball (I was a big Laker’s fan in the 80′s…HATED the Celtics…) and I no longer watch Football.

    I do love Tennis thou’. It’s mano-a-mano. But it also prolly applies to your statements.

    Skunky on October 24, 2012 at 8:06 pm

“These are the same baseball writers, mind you, who won’t vote Pete Rose–one of baseball’s greatest–into Baseball’s Hall of Fame because he gambled on teams other than his own.”

Great point, Debbie. It’s also not lost on me that Rose is white, hence the double standard.

DS_ROCKS! on October 24, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    DS,

    A baseball manager that bets on the other team IS a problem.

    Major league baseball is a 162 game season, which means that while the manager tries to win each individual game,he has to manage his players in such a way that they stay healthy and fresh for the whole season.

    A manager who has a bet on a particular game would thus be tempted to “go for broke” to win that particular game that he has money riding on. This means he may put players or pitchers into that game who he would have given needed rest had he not had money bet on that game.

    This is why baseball has a zero tolerance policy for betting on games,even if a manager is betting on his own team to win.

    Scott on October 24, 2012 at 9:21 pm

      Sorry Scott, who said Pete Rose was wonderful? Debbie’s point is that behavior that is far worse than gambling is a matter of record for these two players. Do you find Deimon Young, who is facing assault charges, a better man than Pete Rose? Or, does Miguel Cabrera, with multiple drunk driving incidents and pubic threats of violence, meet your less serious than gambling criteria? Assuming that you have not suffered traumatic brain injury, I must assume that you are sociopathic or insincere in what you have posted.

      The behavior of Young and Cabrera would have gotten them terminated from just about any other job apart from big league sports. The MVP

      Worry on October 24, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    Any time I feel slighted, I think of Pete Rose.

    Now, that’s SLIGHTED!

    As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 25, 2012 at 12:34 pm

if they were white we would all know about it and there would be no rewards.i don’t watch base ball but i would like to see some deportations.

bruce on October 24, 2012 at 7:23 pm

Forget Pete Rose. Look at what happened to John Rocker. The man didn’t even commit a crime.

Polichinello on October 24, 2012 at 7:27 pm

when did all this anti-jew crap start,oh wait i think it came with the ragheads that the national socialist democratic workers party let in to our country.thank you ted kennedy.

bruce on October 24, 2012 at 7:41 pm

    @bruce-

    when did all this anti-jew crap start,oh wait i think it came with the ragheads that the national socialist democratic workers party let in to our country.thank you ted kennedy.

    Anti-Semitism in the USA hardly started with Muslim immigration in the past 50 years. They do seem to have given it a renewed strength, purpose, and direction.

    The immigration reform of the 1960′s that Ted Kennedy supported has long struck me as emblematic of the mindlessness or mendacity (or both) of the left. Kennedy claimed that the legislation, which made immigration into the USA more third-world friendly, would not change the ethnic balance of immigration. What a dam fool, or liar, or both that man was. That the people of MA would re-elect that creep to the US Senate so many times is a measure of a democratic system gone seriously awry.

    Larry S. on October 25, 2012 at 11:45 am

Delmon Young is a scumbag for whom there is no excusing. He should be in jail, and I agree with you on the comparison to Pete Rose, who I think should be in the HOF.* (I remember hearing about this months ago, but not being a regular Tigers fan lost track of the case. I am a lifelong Mets fan and a long time Orioles fan.) Why this “rabbi” Bennett, and I use the term loosely, would stand up for such a chazar is beyond me.
Your mentioning the allowance of shrimp at a wedding at his shul disgusts me Debbie, and thus I put rabbi in quotes above. What a shonda.
As for Cabrera, again, there is no excusing his past miscreant behavior – DUIs and spousal abuse are evil. The one positive in Cabrera’s life is that he entered rehab, has kicked booze and has become a positive influence in the Tigers clubhouse. Again, NOT excusing his prior bad behavior – ever.
I am rooting against the Giants due to my animus toward the city of San Francisco, its ultra-liberal attitudes, its ban on ROTC and its drain on taxpayer dollars for illegals.

*A couple years ago I met Pete Rose. I told him that I do not like him. When I told him that I am a lifelong Mets fan he smiled, knowing why I do not like him. During the 1973 playoffs between the Mets and his Reds, he and Mets shortstop Buddy Harrelson (born on D-Day 06-06-44) got into an on-field fight after Rose slid hard into Harrelson.
On the other hand, for his on-field career performance, I think Rose belongs in the Hall of Fame, and I told him that as well.

Sanford Horn on October 24, 2012 at 7:55 pm

There’s too many foreigners in major league baseball. Send these third worlders back

Laura on October 24, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    I admit it. I would like ALL FOREIGNERS TO GET OUT.

    I have been waiting to see what they bring, and the answer 99.9% of the time is NOTHING. THEY TAKE TAKE TAKE…

    As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 25, 2012 at 12:37 pm

Debbie,

The Tiger’s owner is Mike Ilicth,a Jew. I believe at the time of the incident he had no comment,and I haven’t seen any comments from him up to now. Has he made any comment yet?

S: Although anti-Semitic websites and two books about prominent Jews in America identify Mike Ilitch as a Jew, there is absolutely no public evidence that he’s a Jew. I’ve been meaning to contact the authors of the books to ask how they came to that conclusion, but never got around to it.) He’s never publicly identified himself as such. Instead, he identifies as a Macedonian Christian (Catholic, I believe). If he is, in fact, Jewish, he’s clearly embarrassed by any connection to Judaism. The Ilitches are corporate welfare queen liberals who support liberal Democrats and soak taxpayers for their sports teams and operations. DS

Scott on October 24, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    Mike Ilicth is Macedonian. Extremely doubtful that he is Jewish.

    Jonathan E. Grant on October 24, 2012 at 9:49 pm

As with the NATIONAL FELONS LEAGUE, major league baseball has shown their complicity in criminal behaviors. Sorry specimens.

samurai on October 24, 2012 at 9:34 pm

Sports journalists are some of the most pathetic people around. They spend all their time writing about stuff that in the grand scheme of things does not matter, and fawn over athletes like 14-year-old girls and Justin Bieber or Chris Matthews and FauxBama. It’s embarrassing for supposedly grown-up human beings to still act starstruck by such nonsense.

Matt on October 24, 2012 at 9:54 pm

    Sports writers and broadcasters are as liberal as their brethren in the MSM. Recall the horrible treatment of Rush when he had a brief stint on ESPN and Monday Night Football. For speaking the truth about Donovan McNabb and Black QBs in the NFL, he was castigated and fired. They can’t stand to have their orthodoxy and ideology challenged. They are also great at looking the other way when athletes do wrong. After all, these guys have been pampered and protected their whole lives. When your “special,” you get special treatment.

    JeffT on October 25, 2012 at 9:46 am

      LOL

      Thank you for recalling Rush!!

      He is untouchable because HE IS HONEST AND FAIR. HE IS EQUAL TIME :)

      Anyway, you can see how much better off he is than staying with those bums!! I loved it when he called Sandra Fluke vulgar names. I love Rush and support him regardless. I have never been shamed by it either. How many people have never brought you shame? Very few…

      As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 25, 2012 at 12:47 pm

As a refugee from Chicago, I still root for the White Sox. I figured I was going to root for the Tigers, but this gives me pause to reflect.

I gotta think San Fransisco has its share of anti-Semites. I certainly was not pre-disposed to root for the Giants.

Oh well. Back to NASCAR where I’m rooting for Brad Kesolowski (aka “Brad He’s-So-Slowski”)who is from Detroit and driving for Roger Penske. It would be just my luck for Deb to dig up some anti-Semitic stuff on Roger Penske; but I don’t know of any. Brad seems like a good young man.

Once again Debbie, you’ve convinced me. Why root for the Tigers when I can root for the Fighting Penskes (They never give up) and Brad Kesolowski in NASCAR.

There is NO Santa Claus on October 24, 2012 at 10:25 pm

Even though I live in the SF Bay Area, I could care less who wins. Debbie you need to ask readers of your blog, that money they spend to go to watch the games are supporting the owners in keep hiring thugs and antisemites to baseball teams. If people would not go to stadiums to watch the games, pay cable/satellite premium prices to watch all games, or pay way over the price for a team jacket, these teams would be hurting and listening to the audience. This all boils down to how much revenue a player brings to the team franchise in contrast how much the player will cost them. Thats why I have not followed sports especially the Olympics when I find out that the bottom line is more important than anything else.

Mario on October 24, 2012 at 11:56 pm

Debbie the Tigers are lucky to have Nominal Rabbi Bennett kosherize their star player. But poor Delmon Young. I bet he’d at her do time than meet with that shlubby Jew. Also I spent several weeks rooting for your Detroit Lions last year because I thought that if they went to the Superbowl it might usher in olam habah. I now understand that G-d doesn’t care which group of illiterate criminal colege attendees emerges victorious. Qqe

A1 on October 25, 2012 at 12:50 am

Debbie the Tigers are lucky to have Nominal Rabbi Bennett to kosherize their Jew baiting MVP. But poor Delmon Young. I bet he’d rather do time than meet with that shlubby Jew. Also as you may remember Debbie I spent several weeks rooting for your Detroit Lions last year because I thought that if they went to the Superbowl it might usher in Olam Habah. I now understand that G-d doesn’t even care which group of illiterate criminal former college attendees emerges victorious. Thanks, Debbie.

A1 on October 25, 2012 at 12:55 am

Heck it’s the same in pro sports all over the world. Of course the world’s favourite sport is soccer (or football as the Brits and Europeans call it). And these pro soccer players – well the best of the best in the top leagues in England, Spain, Germany, Italy – earn fortunes. And so many of them earning so much, so young, surrounded by beautiful babes and cynical agents and the adoration of fans, heck it goes to their heads. The British press alone has a field day with all the antics of so many of the players. And I mean beyond all the wife cheating and the drug taking. A fair few are brawlers and behave like wannabe gangsters. The huge money in the game and the corruption of FIFA has turned the whole thing into a macabre circus. There was even a popular British TV series called ‘Footballer’s wives’ that touched on all this. Except the truth of what goes on is even worse than the TV show.

Larry in Tel Aviv on October 25, 2012 at 5:45 am

The Tigers have really fallen since the days of Hank Greenberg. But, of course, so has the city.

Little Al on October 25, 2012 at 6:13 am

I have not watched or supported any sports since the 1050′s. It used to be a clean sport but like all of society has gone downhill. These sports jerks with tatoos and gold chains look like convicts and not sports heros. Look at all of the ones who have been arrested. BOYCOTT ALL SPORTS.

Fred on October 25, 2012 at 8:09 am

I have not watched or supported any sports since the 1050′s. It used to be a clean sport but like all of society has gone downhill. These sports jerks with tattoos and gold chains look like convicts and not sports heroes. Look at all of the ones who have been arrested. BOYCOTT ALL SPORTS.

Fred on October 25, 2012 at 8:12 am

    You haven’t watched or supported any pro sports since the 1050s? Man, you go WAY back.

    Seek on October 25, 2012 at 3:23 pm

“Bread and circuses” is alive and well in our country – unfortunately. Sports are big business, sponsorships are big business, endorsements by these “Role models” is a big business, TV rights are a big business. It’s all about the dollar…..morals, personal responsibility mean nothing. The “Sports Journalists” will cover up and spin any negative behavior. Witness that rehabilitated paragon of “Turning his life around,” Michael Vick. This detrius on two legs made the needed Mea Culpas on TV – to the nation – reciting a mantra of B.S. that sounded like something written by Gloria Allred. I do not watch, nor will I support – in any manner – NFL Football until this creature is out of sports. Philadelphia welcomed this piece of garbage like a conquering hero. No need for me to go into details of how owners, coaches and the Philadelphia media prostituted themselves in this matter. Then we have the “Shocking” revelation that Lance Armstrong drugged himself up in order to get a leg up on the competition. I was shocked, shocked, to hear such news. (My apologies to Claude Rains.) They ALL use drugs. Baseball, football, the Olympics, you name it. They are all on some sort of “Enhancement.” Supplying teams with drugs is now big business. I am sure Mr. Cabrera “Had a little – or a lot – of help from his friends.” We now have enhancing drugs at the high school level – obviously with the approval of the “Coaches” while the school administrators turn a blind eye. Should they be questioned, they’ll have a tailor made excuse – “I was out on the picket line following the orders of the union.” A great example for our ill informed, under educated children. Any day now, I expect to read that the Princeton Badminton team was on steroids.

herbster on October 25, 2012 at 8:45 am

Note both of these a-holes are NOT WHITE.

But I am prejudiced because I am a Cardinals fan.

Panhandle on October 25, 2012 at 11:04 am

Oh come on– cut the guy some slack! Everyone knows that the reason he is broke and homeless is because Jooooo foistered racism kept him from getting an education and a job. There will be a Joooo president in this country long before there would ever be a Black one cause of all the racism and… oh wait…

Never mind. Sorry ’bout that.

Doda McCheesle on October 25, 2012 at 11:31 am

At the press conference after Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, Young wore a T-shirt with the Soviet hammer and sickle on it.And NOBODY has mentioned it.

CharlesMartelReborn on October 25, 2012 at 12:22 pm

I used to be a Knicks fan. I was turned off by their big fight with the Heat in the playoffs during the Ewing era. Then they picked up Latrell Sprewell and that was it. I swore off the Knicks for a LONG TIME, possibly forever. Now I barely even follow the NBA.

David on October 25, 2012 at 12:23 pm

You wonder how Ryan Braun deals with Young. Or Kinsler. Or, Youkilis. I’d like to see Kevin Youkilis vs. Young, one-on-one.

adam on October 25, 2012 at 2:24 pm

Oh, I forgot Scott Feldman. I’d like to see him bring the high heat to Young, because Scotty can really sling it.

adam on October 25, 2012 at 2:27 pm

Meh. My response to the Delmon Young issue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqVqYY-oYUE

Gerald on October 25, 2012 at 9:23 pm

This too. It is possible.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Kymk9f2TNQ

Gerald on October 25, 2012 at 9:25 pm

So glad to see Pete Rose brought into the mix about these athletes and how wrong his situation is. I agree 100%. Another one you hear talked about like he is royalty is Ray Lewis. Apparently being complicit in a murder and fathering numerous children with different women out of wedlock qualifies you for “future Hall of Famer” status as well!

JB: Ray Lewis is completely different. The guy should be behind bars for his participation in three murders. Hardly the same as what Pete Rose did. DS

Jay Bird on October 26, 2012 at 8:32 am

    That was exactly my point. I was glad to hear the people say that Pete Rose is unfairly treated, which I agree when idiot lie Ray Lewis are treated like royalty. We are on the same page DS.

    Jay Bird on October 27, 2012 at 8:54 am

What a scum bag , this guy needs to be exposed. Thanx. Did anyone notice all the venezalien players on the tigers, maybe chavez hate has seeped into the tigers dugout. The irony of course is the contamination is with the tiger franchise where the proud Hank Greenberg once stalked the field. Young is a piece of human garbage. Lets call him out any way we can.

Gruno on October 26, 2012 at 1:20 pm

“I like pitcher Justin Verlander. But at least two of his teammates are utter pieces of crap.”

What about first-baseman Prince Fielder?

ConcernedPatriot on October 26, 2012 at 9:15 pm

Your a racist/ Young disagrees with the ideaology. Single “parent”/babymama what is this? Oh you expected no black person to read your article?

L-Man on December 25, 2012 at 4:26 pm

Hi Everyone

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