Yes, that's right, the two-time Cy Young Award winner who threw a perfect game and playoff no-hitter while playing on a below-market-value contract he signed specifically for the opportunity to pitch in Philadelphia **APOLOGIZED** to the fans for getting hurt. Check Ryan Lawrence's face-breaking piece on Philly.com. Some choice quotes:
"So, one, I just wanted to thank them for their support. And my heart goes out to all of the people who spend all of their money and go out to the games and don't get to see what they want to see."
"I just wanted to reach out to the fans, thank them for their support and apologize to the ones who pay the money and show up in the second inning and it's 9-0. I apologize to the fans that I won't be out there for three months ... If I paid $60 and the team was down 9-0 when I showed up, I wouldn’t like me."Are you kidding me? This guy is once-in-a-lifetime special, and not just because of his talent.
Thank you, Roy.