Lots of people have come out and given their two cents since Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels admitted that he meant to hit Washington's Bryce Harper in Sunday night's game.
Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo called it a "chicken[expletive], gutless act." Charlie Manuel said Hamels should have been more discreet. Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. expressed his disappointment in his ace. Rob Dibble acted incoherently on Twitter.
But there were two people that we had yet to hear from in determining whether Hamels' frontier justice, baseball-style was justified. Those would be SB Nation Studios' Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford, who considered the merits of the case as framed around that ongoing argument: Bro vs. Douchebag.
The video is below. Keep in mind that this is meant to be funny, and we humbly suggest that anyone who takes offense to this should go down to their local pharmacy and do a Supermarket Sweep of the blood pressure medications.