It started so innocently for dear old Brandon McCarthy. While the 32-year old right-hander continues his quest back to the starting rotation after Tommy John surgery last April, he decided to tweet some things.

Tweets are harmless, most of the time. But there’s a line you do not cross with your tweets. There’s usually a little decorum that one needs to abide by before doing some foolish. Dear old Brandon did not follow this rule tonight.


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Here’s the first tweet from Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32), and it was simply innocent:

No harm, no foul. At least not there. It’s completely within the bounds of a sensible tweet. The man likes Superman. Who doesn’t? He’s a Kryptonian who can fly, shoot laser beams out of his eyes, and do a whole host of awesome things to save the day.

But McCarthy didn’t stop there. Oh no. He went to a place you should never go:

This man disrespected the sanctity of Star Wars. He waged open war on a movie franchise that has given hope to all those across the world. When times get dark and tough, we turn to Star Wars. Why? Because it’s FREAKIN STAR WARS, MAN!

Rather than respect the holy entity that is “The Wars”, McCarthy chose to speak ill of a movie that, and these are his words, had “laser swords.” Those are not laser swords, sir! Those are lightsabers. And they are awesome. Respect them!

So, when Brandon McCarthy takes the mound this year for the Dodgers, everyone should join in and hum the Star Wars theme song whenever he enters the game, records a strikeout, or just throws a pitch. Why? Because you do NOT disrespect Star Wars.

He also hates ¹puppies. Oh, and there was also this:

¹ Okay this is a lie. Still!

Happy Birthday, Scott Kazmir!

About The Author

Justin Russo is a 30-year old sports enthusiast who dabbles in all forms of sports talk. Whether that talk revolves around the NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL, MLB, or other leagues, he has an opinion. He works as a writer for Warriors World, and was formerly a writer and editor for ClipsNation on the SB Nation network. He also is the Editor-in-chief for But The Game Is On: The Beat.

5 Responses

  1. Michael Norris

    Ah, Brandon is lucky he did not attack the sanctity that is the Star Trek nation…they would have killed him !

    Reply
  2. AngelZapata1

    star wars is the new frozen. both are so annoying to watch

    Reply

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