Ben Maller: “This was an orgasmic moment for me watching… This was a GOOD thing that came out of the pandemic. I was hoping someone would step up and my prayers were answered. Joe Kelly gets a gold star next to his name. For 29 teams and their fan bases, Joe Kelly has become a saint… This was therapeutic and helped start the healing process… Carlos Correa’s walk-up song should be the Mr Softee ice cream truck music. He was emasculated by Joe Kelly. There’s the physical part of on-field competition and you also have the ‘mental warfare.’ You can tell that Kelly got inside the head of Correa and hit a nerve with his charismatic approach to pitching… It was a nice performance by Kelly to do it right there toe-to-toe, I loved it.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Ben Maller explain why he thinks 29 Major League Baseball fan bases across the country should be CELEBRATING Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly for throwing at the heads of Astros hitters Carlos Correa and Alex Bregman in their first matchup since the exposure of Houston’s unprecedented sign-stealing scandal.
Check out the video above as Maller details why the bean balls helped started the healing process for MLB fans wanting vengeance for the Astros robbing the league of the World Series in 2017.