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It seems odd that this would be the first time I've heard that Kinsler s some sort of borderline sociopath, despite the fact that he's been a superstarish player for years. Kinsler seemed like he was really well-like by his teammates, offered to switch positions for the team, and I think tried to help Hamilton quite a bit when he almost relapsed.
I don't object to him speaking his mind. I'm glad he did and I wish more players did. I just object to his mind having stupid things to say.
They wanted me to lead these young players, teach them the way to compete, when the only thing I should be worried about is how I'm performing in the game
IIRC, Kinsler was very self-absorbed (admitting this himself) at Arizona State and threw a fit when Dustin Pedroia started over him, which led to his transfer to Mizzou. Sometimes leopards don't change their spots.
I swear, sometimes I get more depressed than Dicaprio.
So where's my Primey, Jim? I swear, sometimes I get more depressed than Dicaprio.
A college team had Ian Kinsler on the bench?
Or did they just want to move him off second.
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