The following post expresses the opinions of a raving Jerichoholic. He is biased, opinionated and bitter. You have been warned.
Quite the game tonight for the Sox and Jays. Here's hoping the Olde Towne Team will be able to ride this momentum, ake another one or two from Toronto and do well against the Tigers heading into the break.
The preceding post expressed the opinions of a raving Jerichoholic. He was biased, opinionated and bitter. You were warned.
Halladay pitched a great game, and if not for Mirabelli shocking everyone with a home run off a right handed pitcher, the idiotic managing of Foghorn Leghorn on crack cocaine would have cost the Sox another game by them not walking Delgado intentionally in the first with 2 outs and a runner in scoring position. Have to give the Red Sox a lot of credit for resiliance though, as they are now 9-3 in games following last at bat losses (that they've lost 12 games in the opponents last at bat before the all star break is going to take several years off my life).
If Vince would just hire Dick Dastardly and Muttly and tell them to Catch the Pigeon, it would draw at least an 8 rating.
And the Jays lose two heartbreakers in a row. At the risk of giving up too early and saying that Toronto is done.....Toronto is done. Trade 'em all, JP, just get someone, anyone that can throw a motherfucking baseball over a plate and not have the batter hit it.
Over 1650 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day! But I'm not bitter!
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