On Thursday's edition of MLB Now, Hawk Harrelson joined Brian Kenny and Harold Reynolds to discuss his disdain of sabermetrics. Of course, Harrelson's appearance did nothing to prove his point (as you can tell in the video above), and drove fans up the wall. Here are some Real Tweets from Real People discussing Hawk's appearance…
— Justin Lee (@New_Lexicon) April 25, 2013
— Jason Patt (@Bulls_Jay) April 25, 2013
Listening to Hawk Harrelson try to rip Sabremetrics… And he references Moneyball… The MOVIE.::FACEPALM::
— Chris Worden (@ChrisLWorden) April 25, 2013
Hawk Harrelson: Proving to the world he's a moron. The world won't be ready for saber for 40-50 years? Really? Been there for years. #joke
— Keely Galgano (@keels223) April 25, 2013
Hawk Harrelson is the baseball Alex Jones
— Bobby Big Wheel (@BobbyBigWheel) April 25, 2013
— keithlaw (@keithlaw) April 25, 2013
Hawk Harrelson becoming the spokesperson for anti-stats crowd is the best thing to ever happen to Sabermetrics.
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) April 25, 2013
this is killing my will to live RT @gandhi_and_pie: "Sabermetrics doesn't care about defense." – Hawk
— Lana Berry (@Lana) April 25, 2013
I've heard sacks of lawn clippings speak more intelligently than Hawk Harrelson.
— pigeon droppings (@Pile_of_Derp) April 25, 2013
@freemaneric Hawk Harrelson: Unfrozen Caveman Baseball Announcer. "Your sabermetrics frighten and confuse me. Did tiny demons do them?"
— Kara & Deb (@KaraAndDeb) April 25, 2013
Hawk Harrelson trying to argue against sabermetrics then a second later saying that Joe Maddon is the best manager in baseball, hmmm haha
— Will Chukerman (@willchukerman) April 25, 2013
"The Will to Win" starring Hawk Harrelson and the 2012-3 Arizona Diamondbacks roster overhaul
— dianagram (@dianagram) April 25, 2013
Yes, kind of a big deal. RT @castrocp Only thing worth measuring, to Hawk, is The Will to Win. I'd argue also batting & pitching & fielding
— sabr (@sabr) April 25, 2013
And finally, what *about* that will to win?
It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters. -Paul "Bear" Bryant
— Sports Quotes (@Sports_Greats) April 24, 2013