Mar 19, 2014; Peoria, AZ, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wily Peralta (38) throws a pitch in the first inning against the Seattle Mariners at Peoria Sports Complex. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN writer tweets about Wily Peralta “taking a huge dump” during player intros


 

I think the Brewers’ Wily Peralta might have taken a spill running onto the field for player introductions Friday afternoon at Fenway Park.

I believe that is what ESPN Boston writer Joe McDonald was trying to say when he tweeted this:

peraltadump

 

Or, it’s possible that Peralta had a little accident?

For Peralta’s sake, I hope it was the former.

Falling on your face during player intros would be embarrassing, but filling your pants?

That would be on another level.

Joe McDonald also probably should employ a little brain filter when he’s tweeting.

“Does this make it sound like I’m saying the player took a crap?”

Good filter to install.

Oh, and [obligatory Archer phrasing reference here].

Update: The GIF of Peralta’s “huge dump” has arrived.

Wily Peralta is about as graceful as Jake Peralta.

wily peralta huge dump

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  • Justin Jay

    It’s not possible. Taking a dump on the field is the same as taking a digger. He fell down and went boom. No player in their right mind would crap on the field. No ESPN writer in their right mind would be implying that a player is taking crap on the field.