Sunday, April 27, 2008

2. No, 6. No, 12. Yes, a DOZEN [runs against us].

Well....not quite a dozen.

But I thought this would be an appropriate request and dedication for our team today.










It was indeed a lazy Sunday for our bats.

Mostly I just needed Andy Samburg to cheer me up after losing 10 to ZERO.

And to think that I hated Padilla even before this game. If we had to lose, the least they could do was put CJ Wilson in for me to look at. That would be an excellent consolation prize.


Joe Nathan, while always supernaturally attractive, just seems a little sad having to pitch mop-up.

Hugs go to our bullpen. They have to be tired after this roadtrip. Blech.


They can each have a pretend hug, just as soon as I'm done mentally hugging C.J. Wilson. (Patience boys....it might be a while.)

2 comments:

linda said...

That actually cheered me up! It was completely appropriate and even funnier as I had never seen anything like that before.

Becca said...

I didn't watch long enough yesterday to see Joe Nathan pitch mop up. I have in the past though, and it does look to bum him out.
**Becca**