If you are in this post and feel mad that I’m calling you stupid, then you can always correct that by not being stupid.
Come at me, bro.
That’s why Jansen is no better than a middle reliever #Dodgers
— Eddie Rievley (@R0yEdward) April 14, 2012
And thats why Kenley Jansen will never be a closer…
— George Bissell (@GeorgeBissell) April 14, 2012
Fuckin’ Jansen. You are NOT ready for primetime. #vivalosdoyers
— Nestor Jimenez (@PresidenteNes) April 14, 2012
Blowing one save is why he’ll never be anything in life.
Be sure to let him know.
Kenley Jansen is bringing back Broxton memories.#pleasedont
— Sammy Oliden⚾ (@SammyOliden) April 14, 2012
Jansen has the Broxton disease. #Dodgers
— Michael Mazzoni (@MikeMazzoni23) April 14, 2012
#Dodgers Jansen blows it like the ol’ broxton days …take his ass out
— Xavier (@kingofbbqs) April 14, 2012
Jansen is the new broxton!!
— BBG ⚾ (@dobson_king) April 14, 2012
All of this is still Jonathan Broxton‘s fault, because he blew saves once too … or something. Glad to know fans still scapegoat him for an inferior team losing to a superior team.
— Victor M. Velasco (@captvelasco) April 14, 2012
The funny thing? That was one of Jansen’s biggest breaking cutters of the night.
Maybe he should throw more four-seam fastballs, instead.
i love seein kenley jansen fuck up as a closer. javy guerra ftw
— David? (@DEEPHOL3S) April 14, 2012
Jansen must fail for Javy Guerra to succeed. Sweet.
Speaking of Guerra, certain people couldn’t seem to understand where he was, exactly.
Why did they bring in Kenley Jansen they should have brought out Javy Guerra!
— Angel Tinoco (@MuthaFuckTINOKS) April 14, 2012
— Thomas Ramirez (@tramirezjr) April 14, 2012
The weird part is that they didn’t seem to understand that Jansen wasn’t replacing Guerra, it’s just that the Dodgers would prefer Guerra’s arm not explode.
Besides, hasn’t Guerra lost all street credibility after that Snuggie giveaway commercial?
Anyway, I pointed out a bit of a trend…
I see a ton of Latino last names very angry at Kenley Jansen today.
— Chad Moriyama (@ChadMoriyama) April 14, 2012
I hope everybody realizes that one does not have to fail for the other to succeed. Also, don’t get too attached to a reliever, because they aren’t that valuable, regardless.