The Marlins’ haircut policy apparently didn’t sit well with their star player, Hanley Ramirez, according to The South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Before his team’s Spring Training game against the Orioles in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Thursday, Ramirez — who was also not allowed to wear dangling jewelry while playing — wrote a message across his chest with a Sharpie that read: “I’m sick of this [stuff],” according to The Sun-Sentinel.

Well, Hanley, I gotta be honest.  Writing “I’M SICK OF THIS SHIT” across your chest with a black Sharpie was probably not the best way to express your anger for a couple reasons:

1.) Last time I checked, if you want to be traded you need to AT LEAST physically assault a traveling secretary

2.) You are as dark as night.  I don’t think anyone could read that.  Next time go with white out.

In other Hanley Ramirez news, Jose Reyes named him the godfather of his latest child.

Now THAT is one Baptism I wouldn’t mind sitting through.  I could see Jose just tossing his newborn into a bucket of water, and then performing a choreographed high fiving dance routine with Hanley as Chacceron Macceron blasts through the Church.

For Sure Chacceron Macceron

~ Shout out to TIMMMAY


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