Kate Upton — baseball expert. I like it. I like when a multi-time Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model speaks up during one of the most controversial calls of the playoffs over the last several years. I know there are guys out there who say it’s not a woman’s place to have an opinion on baseball. Not me, hell no. I want Kate Upton bitching about calls all the time. Like nightly. This is great for business.
Go Kate Go!
Look, I’ve already been over this and I agree with Kateviews here. Mookie went into the stands for that ball. The fans that interfered with his glove were not reaching over. Watch his glove go backwards. It’s clear as day. I don’t have a dog in this fight like Kateviews does. Baby daddy — by the way, it feels like she’s been pregnant for 23 months or so — is still a very important member of the Astros so of course she’s raging. She’s probably f-ing up an acai bowl and watching baseball. She’s uncomfortable and all of a sudden she fires up the Twitter machine to rage, let it all out.
Ladies, we need more of you out there to rage on sports. Not some #metoo thing like usual. Have a strong take on sports calls. It would be great if I’m listening to Dan Patrick while taking the kids to school and Kate Upton randomly calls the DP show to RAGE. How great would that be? Need it. Bad.
One more time, here’s the rule straight from MLB:
In every case of spectator interference with a batted or thrown ball, the ball shall be declared dead and the baserunners can be placed where the umpire determines they would have been without the interference. When a spectator clearly prevents a fielder from catching a fly ball by reaching onto the field of play, the batter shall be ruled out. But no interference is called if a spectator comes in contact with a batted or thrown ball without reaching onto the field of play — even if a fielder might have caught the ball had the spectator not been there.
She’s not wrong here: