I don't know if any of you guys were watching last night's Red Sox game against the Yankees, but a lot of buisness went down there. The Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi, threw the first pitch of the game. It wasn't a very a good one, but it sure cheered the crowd up. So the game started and the game was going fine, until the bottom of the 2nd Inning. New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was on the mound for only two outs, until the Umpire noticed a darker spot on the right side of his neck. The curious Ump walked up to Pineda and touched his neck. He felt a sticky substance, and ejected him from the game for having Pine Tar on his neck. Now this might not seem like a big deal, it's sap from a pine tree, what can it be used for. Well, if you are a baseball pitcher it is a very big deal. Just like I said, Pine Tar is a very sticky substance, and it is very useful to pitchers because the can put more spin on a fastball, more curve on a curveball or more wobble on a knuckleball. Pineda ended up getting a 10 game suspension, but I think that the punishment should be greater. It is clearly stated in the "Baseball Rulebook", that there should be no use of a foreign substance. The player who would use something like Pine Tar should be suspended for the season for breaking the official rules of baseball. This is my opinion on Michael Pineda's mistake last night.