See, the above man likes to punch women, and he just happens to a Phillies starter.
Just a class act;
''Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brett Myers and his wife were walking back from a bar late Thursday night to their Back Bay hotel when an argument broke out. Authorities and witnesses say Myers then assaulted his wife, leaving her sitting on the sidewalk with a swollen face, crying. She told police her husband hit her in the face twice with his fist, according to the police report. Witnesses said he slapped her and then pulled her off the ground by her hair. Myers, 25, and the Phillies were in Boston for a series with the Red Sox''
Just in case anyone tries to shove this under the carpet and paint it as anything other than what the incident was, how about a trip back down memory lane through the eyes of a witness;
''Courtney Knight, 26, who witnessed the alleged attack at 900 Boylston St. with two friends, said in a telephone interview that Myers seemed ``really angry."``He was dragging her by the hair and slapping her across the face," Knight said. ``She was yelling, `I'm not going to let you do this to me anymore.' "
Cutting to the chase, you think the Fenway crowd is going to let Myers forget the incident?
That's right, didn't think so.