It’s time to out Brad Richardson

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Today, Kings’ forward Brad Richardson turned 28 years old.

So, it seems like as good of a day as any to out him once and for all.

Seriously, at his age, he should know better.

Truth be told, Richardson is a front-runner.

And for a guy who fashions himself as the second-best dressed player on the team – behind Jarret Stoll, of course – he’s apparently not that creative either.

“For my Halloween costume, I was a San Francisco Giants player,” said Richardson, as he tried to explain why he was wearing the hat in the above photo.

One problem though, that picture wasn’t taken at the team’s Halloween party. So, why is he still wearing it around town?

“I bought it at the start of the playoffs,” Richardson said. “They were doing well then, so I decided to go to a game.”

By game he means the World Series.

Also in attendance that night was Stoll, one of his usual running buddies.

“Sorry, you have to support the local teams around here,” Stoll said, as he tried to make sense of it all for MayorsManor.

Wait, what? Local?

“I didn’t see the Dodgers in the World Series,” he fired back.

Oh that’s how it is? Another front-runner?

“Always, yeah, the front-runner,” he said with a laugh – even though this was no laughing matter.

First Drew Doughty with his Blue Jays nonsense, now this?

“They took care of us up there, so the least we could do is put a hat on,” Stoll remarked, trying to rationalize such behavior.

But, it still doesn’t explain why Richardson is wearing the hat months later.

The answer is simple…and it rhymes with Sand Bagoner.

Maybe there’s still time to save him though.

Perhaps Matt Greene or Dustin Brown can even talk some sense into him.

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  1. Tommy Lasorda says:

    You are a bad man Brad!

  2. Ok now I seriously love this kid. Wear the giants hat with pride Richie!!

  3. Matt Greene doesn’t look like he can talk sense into anybody in that picture.

  4. Michael Ortiz says:


  5. Trade him