World Series Game 5: Chris Carpenter Gets Out, Freaks Out

The idea behind this .gif was that we were all going to play amateur lipreading sleuths together. This is from the end of the sixth inning:


But, uh, there isn't a lot of guesswork that's left. Carpenter almost certainly says something like ...

(Redacted) yeah, you (redacted) of shit! (Redacted) you!

Never was sure how the whole redacted thing worked, but you get the idea. Who was he screaming at? At first, I was thinking Nick Punto just for being Nick Punto. It's what I would do. But that seems unlikely, so I'm going with Mike Napoli as he was rounding first.

But why would Chris Carpenter scream obscenities at Napoli? No idea. Maybe Mike Scioscia is a warg who's pitching this game through the eyes of Carpenter. Maybe there's some sort of history there, or something behind-the-scenes that happened in this World Series. Or maybe Carpenter has Tourette's.

Whatever the reason, there's a possibility that things will start getting plunky at some point over the rest of the series. Pitchers don't usually scream like that at opposing players, and if they do, there are consequences.

Eh, he was probably screaming at Nick Punto. Because he's Nick Punto, that's why.

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