There are stories about aggressive autograph hunters hounding athletes for their signatures. Now, there’s a story about aggressive baseball players doing it on the field. Salty Rockies reliever Pat Neshek tore apart Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke on an online sports memorabilia forum after the “turd”
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