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At this point I'd rather dig up the formaldehyded corpse of Eddie Gaedel and stick him up there in the batter's box, and give Alfonso Soriano a seat on the bullpen throne. It's just torture watching this pathetic sack of #### whose idea of the strike zone is twice as big as Eric Gregg's. It's like a Groundhog's Day re-run of the 2003 World Series, with a pitcher's boot stepping on Soriano's face----forever.
Can't imagine there are too many times in history a guy has hit a HR, two triples, and a double.
Rk Player Date Tm Opp Rslt AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI 1 Hal Breeden 1973-09-02 MON PHI W 12-0 5 3 4 1 2 1 52 Joe Christopher 1964-08-18 NYM PIT W 7-3 5 2 4 1 2 1 33 Hoot Evers 1950-09-07 DET CLE T 13-13 6 3 5 1 2 1 64 Sam West 1933-08-05 SLB CHW W 10-9 5 3 4 1 2 1 25 Pinky Whitney 1929-07-30 PHI PIT W 13-5 5 3 4 1 2 1 26 Heinie Manush 1926-07-01 DET CLE L 6-11 5 3 4 1 2 1 3
greenback, are they on their way to losing 4 out of 5 to the Mets ... at home? That's tough to watch.
Is this the year the Cardinals don't bring up a prospect nobody has ever heard of who instantly becomes an All-Star, AND don't sign a washed-up veteran who instantly becomes an MVP candidate? What has happened to the team everyone resented for so long?
Wait, they still have the 4th best record in the NL and their fans just have insanely high standards.
Not sure where else to ask this, but does anyone know why the NBA thread was shut down?
Vin Scully has been telling this fantastic story about a White Sox/Dodgers World Series game he saw where Nat King Cole was supposed to sing the national anthem and forgot the lyrics to the end (and his lyric sheet had blown away in the wind) and so he just sort of scat-hummed the conclusion. Cole then invited Scully to the nightclub where he was performing that night, and Cole had totally lost his voice between the day's ballgame and the evening performance. Scully explains that Cole had been cheering and hollering during the entire game, even though the Sox lost 11-0. Scully marvels at how this "billion-dollar voice" was so excited about baseball that he'd yell like that. Great story that of course I can't do justice in a quickie summation...
Who is Kevin?
wait, where is the nba thread?
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