Today was the Puerto Rican Day Parade in the City - Notoriously the wildest parade of the Year.
Puerto Ricans are affectionally called Boriqua's.
So I have to give a Top Ten Shout out to all my Softball Boriquas out there
Top Ten Boriqua Softball Players who must be recognize on the day of the Puerto Rican Day Parade
10. Jose Carrion - Gallaghers - played his Don Calderon Reggae ton Cd all day and bought some Guanábana fruit from a Dominican street vendor in the Bronx - also verbally accosted like 1,000 fat Latin women all day long
9. Ralph - Working Class - the man bought a cow bell to Central Park - Proud and Hard-Core
8. Gilberto - Gallagher's - pitched 3 games for 3 different teams on the PR day parade
7. Joel Goldman - honorary Jewish Boriqua - employees cheap Boriqua labor at his sweat shop in Queens
6. Angelo - not Hispanic but wore his NY Ranger Puerto Rican jersey on Sunday
5. Rick - only half Boriqua - but used to be a parade legend selling shots of Bacardi for $1 was my thing - arrested twice - never convicted
4. John Sheppard - manager West - Corona spokesman
3. Gubi - actually didn't play on PR day as he started a new job - but his new job is doorman at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on Central Park West allows him to rap to 1,000,000 chicken heads.
2. Pete Martinez - manager Wall Street and Merrill Lynch - Pimp Daddy to the fullest - Went to 3 after party clubs in the Bronx and met up with some serious MILF"s
and the Number One Boriqua Softball Players who must be recognize on the day of the Puerto Rican Day Parade
1. Hector Hernandez - West - one of the best Shortstops in all of softball and hard-core Boriqua - was representing in all his colors on Sunday and his PR Hick Campesino Hat to the fullest