Joe Nathan cautions that he is not out of the woods yet, even after striking out the side in the ninth inning of a one-run game Thursday.
ESPN’s Keith Law Comes Down Hard On Ausmus, Calls His Remark ‘Nauseating,’ Apology ‘Doesn’t Unsay It’
He wrote that Ausmus’ remark showed a lack of empathy and that he does not know “what kind of psychopath you have to be to even think about joking about beating your wife.”
Ausmus indicated he would likely make some kind of contribution to an organization related to preventing domestic abuse or helping victims of it. However, he said the details of such action would be private.
“I think that will send a strong message that that’s something that we can’t tolerate.”
Ausmus hasn’t managed on any level, and he was handed a team favored to win the World Series as his first job.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus quickly apologized for making a sarcastic remark after Detroit’s latest loss when he told reporters that he beats his wife when his team isn’t playing well.
First Step Responds To Coach’s Comment About Beating Wife: “Domestic Violence Is Never A Joking Matter”
Tiger manager Brad Ausmus is under fire after a reporter asked him what he does after a team loss … and he joked, “I beat my wife.”
“An Ivy League degree doesn’t mean you don’t say stupid stuff,” 97.1 The Ticket afternoon show host Mike Valenti said.
When Chad Smith blew out his elbow on a ninth-inning first-pitch slider against Oregon on April 17, 2011, everything changed.
In an unprecedented turn of events, the starting rotation that made Detroit so formidable has recently hurt the team more than helped it.