One noteworthy individual has suggested the Toronto Blue Jays should’ve delivered an in-game response to New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge following Monday’s events.
As shared by Brandon Contes of Awful Announcing, former MLB player and current Sportsnet analyst Caleb Joseph hinted before Tuesday’s game between the Blue Jays and Yankees that a Toronto pitcher should at least give Judge a little “chin music” after the reigning American League Most Valuable Player may have participated in some legal sign-stealing on Monday night.
“Every team in the big leagues, they’re taking what’s handed to them,” Joseph acknowledged. “And it’s only bad until you get your hand caught in the cookie jar. If I’m a mom or dad when I see my kid with their hand in that cookie jar, I’m slapping that hand. So I’m trying to send a message. And there was a time earlier in my career when, yes, messages were sent to me too. Right at my head when it wasn’t good. I would like to see (Blue Jays starting pitcher) Kevin Gausman come out and send a message.”