Wow, I guess the Chicago Cubs are really just like all of us. According to outfielder Reed Johnson, everyone in the Cubs’ clubhouse is addicted to all things Charlie Sheen.
Johnson was on “The Waddle & Silvy Show” on ESPN 1000 in Chicago yesterday when he said, “The Clubhouse stops and turns up the TV when he’s speaking. Everybody enjoys watching everybody else go crazy, I guess, for some reason.”
Johnson is totally right. I mean I enjoyed watching Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez “go crazy” in the Cubs dugout yesterday. It’s impossible to look away when people are just publicly melting down and disintegrating in front of your eyes.
Johnson continued, “It’s definitely honest, and I think a lot of people I guess kind of translate that as a little insane at the same time, which is probably I guess you would probably agree is pretty accurate in his case right now.”
Whoa now Reed, those in glass houses…I mean anyone who thought this was a good look is probably a little insane himself. So let’s just calm down with that stuff alright buddy?
So right now when the Cubs are supposed to be getting ready for the season, following up a year in which they were one of the most disappointing squads in Major League Baseball, they can’t help but get wrapped up in Charlie Sheen’s drama. Awesome. I’m sure Cubs fans are really excited about that.
Actually, they probably will be. If anyone can learn anything from Sheen’s insane ramblings it’s that winning is better than losing. And according to Sheen, no one is “winning” like him right now.