Monthly Archives: September 2007
Happy Birthday, Javy
Yarr, once again it's Talk Like a Pirate Day, which can only mean one thing: Javier Valentín is 32. Avast, my mateys!
Griffey’s on the Ground
Ken Griffey, Jr. just slipped in right field at Wrigley and is now rolling around on the grass, holding his groinal area.
Wait, just saw the replay, and it didn't look like he slipped after all. They're thinking maybe he did it during his last AB and is suffering from a twinge now.
Damn, he's still on the ground, even after all the typos I've already corrected. Smart money says he's gotta be done for the year.
Brandon Phillips on NASCAR
Wait, that was Majewski, right?
Gary Majewski just came into the game with Soriano on second to finish out the sixth inning without allowing a run.
I'm loving this game. I so want the Cubs to lose. Even more than I want the Reds to win, which is quite a lot.
Tonight's game is being played under protest, following the umpires allowing Piniella to make a double-switch even though he did not signal the switch before crossing the foul line. Sounds thrilling. What will the prize be if the Reds get the ruling? Surely they can't be awarded a run or anything of that sort. Perhaps a lovely gift basket featuring a new toaster or an electric blanket?
Woo-hoo! EdE's short fly drops in left field, thanks to some Cubby choking. I'm loving this more all the time.