#Lookit

Daniel Murphy's paternity leave

If you disagree with Daniel Murphy, you agree with Mike Francesa. Think about that.

Daniel Murphy took three days off for paternity leave, missing Opening Day to be with his wife and child. You can guess where this is going: Hot takes!

Unnf, so scalding. Boomer Esiason says that he would have asked his wife to have a C-section before the season (1:45):

Really, if you're so damned eager to spend time with your newborn infant, you should probably rip it out of the woman's midsection at the first opportunity, anyway.

Here, then, are two handy Venn diagrams that explain the Daniel Murphy situation:



Star-divide

Hope that helps! Because if there's anything important than bonding with your new family, it's playing second base for the goddamned New York Mets.

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