ESPN’s Bomani Jones: MLB Players Are ‘Too Sensitive’

On his Tuesday ESPN Radio show “The Right Time with Bomani Jones,” host Bomani Jones responded to the report that Los Angeles Dodgers OF Yasiel Puig will cut down on his bat flips, which he stated was to not disrespect the game of American baseball.

Jones accused MLB players of being too sensitive for not liking when players such as Puig show them up.

“I don’t know about you, but how does that make the world a better place?” Jones said. “I like the bat flip. I like the homerun histrionics. It’s not the unwritten rules of baseball that I don’t like. Like, everything has unwritten rules. I have a problem with baseball players being so d— sensitive. Right? I feel like what baseball has done, is said, ‘I don’t like it. It hurts my feelings when I see other people be happy about their success.’”

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