Saturday, August 5, 2017

A’s outfielder hurls gay slur at fan during heated exchange, So what?



How is this newsworthy? 
Hecklers are allowed to say anything they want and ballplayers can't?  Calling a guy a gay slur is a common practice before the fights starts.  It was nothing to do with actually being Gay.  It's a street thing that's been around for centuries. 

NY Post reports Oakland Athletics outfielder Matt Joyce got into an argument with a fan and called him a gay slur during Friday night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels.

The exchange occurred in the eighth inning of Los Angeles’ 8-6 win after Angels first baseman C.J. Cron made a diving stop of Joyce’s hard-hit grounder.

As Joyce returned to the dugout, he uttered several profanities at the fan, called him a gay slur and challenged him to fight, according to Associated Press photographer Mark J. Terrill, who overheard the exchange.


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