White Sox broadcaster Steve Stone apologizes to pitcher Lance Lynn after criticizing his weight and telling him ‘salads would assist’ in rant about shedding begin to the season
- Lance Lynn has struggled mightily this season to this point for the White Sox
- And the workforce’s former pitcher Steve Stone took intention at his weight this week
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White Sox colour analyst Steve Stone has apologized publicly after criticizing the burden of Chicago pitcher Lance Lynn.
In his 5 begins this season, Lynn has gotten off to a brutal begin, pitching a 7.52 ERA en path to an 0-3 file.
And Stone took intention on the 270-pound Lynn this week.
‘[Lynn]’s had lots of leg points and different issues,’ Stone stated of Lynn on Parkins and Spiegel on 670 The Rating.
‘If cardiovascularly it is bothering him with the pitch clock, perhaps a pair salads would assist … and I do not know if he is having issues with that.
Chicago White Sox beginning pitcher Lance Lynn throws a pitch towards the Toronto Blue Jays
Steve Stone throws a ceremonial first pitch a White Sox-Dodgers recreation in 2022
‘But when that could be a drawback, then perhaps in the event you enhance your cardiovascular by shedding a pair kilos or doing no matter he is gonna do to work out.’
The White Sox entered Friday with the third-worst file within the league at 7-20, and the the vibes across the workforce are usually not extremely optimistic judging by Stone’s remarks.
Nonetheless, the broadcaster took to Twitter to apologize on Friday.
‘A number of days in the past, I made a touch upon radio about Lance Lynn and his weight because it pertained to endurance,’ he wrote.
‘I made a mistake and take duty. No excuses and no rationalizations. I used to be fallacious. Lance and I spoke yesterday, and I apologized. He accepted and we shook fingers.’
Stone was a pitcher himself, and a really profitable one at that, as he received the 1980 Cy Younger.
Stone spent three of his 11 seasons with the White Sox and ended his profession with a 3.97 ERA.