What else is there to say? Rod Barajas angrily (awesomely? Let’s go with awesomely) reacts to Josh Harrison — he of Yadier Molina beheading fame — getting beaned by Jake Westbrook in the fifth inning in retaliation for the aforementioned mortal wounding.
Rod Barajas references the teachings of famed Western scholar and philosopher Omar Little when he suggests catchers getting run at the plate is part and parcel when one dons the tools of ignorance. Fellow members of the Fraternal Order of Backstops assume such risks, understanding it be “all in the game, yo.”