A Former MLB Pitcher Got Roasted For His Terrible Take On J.R. Smith Going Shirtless

06.23.16 2 years ago
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If you’re a baseball fan, you’ll probably remember Jason Isringhausen as a former Cardinals closer who was a two-time All Star selection. If you’re not a baseball fan, you’ll likely now recognize him as a guy with bad takes on celebrating shirtless.

The 43-year-old Isringhausen took to Twitter to share his thoughts on several Cavs’ players shirtless antics during the team’s championship parade through Cleveland on Wednesday.

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Oh shocking, a Cardinals bro talking about class! Oh no, grown man nipples … won’t somebody please think of the children!

One could assume that this tweet is, in large part, pointed at J.R. Smith, who basically hasn’t worn a shirt since Cleveland’s Game 7 victory over the Warriors. To suggest that Smith’s parade showcase was anything less than amazing is an objectively horrible opinion. He Lion King’d a small child, for goodness sake.

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