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Even Kei Igawa has at least one fan roaming earth

Kei Igawa fan spotted surprisingly without female companionship

This startling Kei Igawa tshirt sighting occurred a couple days ago at Yankee Stadium.  Of all the players that have come and gone in the Bronx, we cannot think of a more embarrassing one than the notoriously deflated, mopey Japanese left-hander.

So what exactly does a guy who idolizes a player like IrabuGawa do when he gets to his seat?  Does he face the wrong way and not even realize it?  Does he fasten a soft pretzel to his face to create a makeshift catcher's mask?  Does he even go to his seat or does he just do uninspired laps around the stadium?

Who the hell is this guy?

Kei Igawa sighting in the Bronx [Zell's Pinstripe Blog]


  1. Paolo X

    June 2, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    Let me help you out Hernia, as from earlier this morning apparently we have learned as well that this Igawa fan is friends with this douchebag:

    Of course given that said douchebag could be any one of about 100,000 Yankee fans, good luck finding him to figure this out. 😀

    So now please forge ahead with your mission and good luck, but don’t resort please to being neurotic and constipated shit-faced like George Costanza just like most of your fellow Yankee fans.

  2. Orion Q. Pickletickle

    June 2, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Fuck that guy, I wanna know who the girl is.

  3. Paolo X

    June 2, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    Also perhaps many like me noticed that blonde hiding behind the glasses going for the trendy “young dyed Sarah Palin” look, so perhaps you ought use your energies to find out who she is instead?

    Glasses on or off I don’t care, but the heels ought always stay on of course.

    Check out Fat Albert on the right with the uncouth stare and no chance at game.

  4. bigjf

    June 3, 2010 at 10:43 am

    Probably someone just looking for attention. I came so close just a few months ago to paying $10 for an Igawa bobblehead for laughs, before my common sense kicked in.

  5. tamtam

    June 3, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    “I walk a lonely street/Down the boulevard of broken dreams…”

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