MLB has had YouTube take down YES' account of Thursday night's pork chop incident in Minneapolis, but the video above offers new insight into the fellow behind the "revolting" development.

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I find him less funny than I did before I got to know him better.

Bottom line: I hope this doesn't cause YES to shy away from in-game reports, but every regional sports network that uses them has to be extra careful about protecting its people from attention-seeking yahoos in the audience.

Fortunately, the sports world has moved on, starting with an eventful Saturday.

By the time it was over - including a perfect game, a wild Stanley Cup finals opener, another vintage Kobe performance, etc. - I almost had forgotten about the unfortunate events in the NCAA lacrosse semifinals in Baltimore.

Oh, well. Heckuva year for Cornell sports anyway.