Michael Kay, who I actually don’t mind, ought to be ashamed of himself, defending Sheffield’s actions. Someone ought to check out what Kay said regarding the Pacers in Detroit, conceptually speaking, about players’ interactions with fans. Any defense of Sheffield is a non-starter – the fan did NOT, as replays show, "take a swing" at Sheffield – his eyes were on the ball, and not the player, despite what Kay and his fellow idiots in the booth were saying. Sheff ought to be served with a league-mandated mid-April vacation. And Michael Kay ought to rethink his comments.