Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Get Your Duck Sauce Ready...It's Baseball for Breakfast

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So the baseball season is officially underway this morning as Dice-K and the Sox take on Joe Blanton and the Athletics. I am awake with StatTracker up and running, eating my Cinnamon Life and drinking a Busch at "some girls" house. I just did the old "crack the can open as quietly as possible" trick. To be honest, I am actually kind of scared she may wake up and wonder what I am doing in her living room wearing knee-high socks and eyeblack with all of the lights turned off at 5:30 am. But if she's gotz a problem, I got five solutions...across her eye. (By the way, other than the eyeblack that is all completely true). Let's go Oakland. Little Jap girls and Jap boys have skipped Shogakko to see Nancy Drew strikeout twice and ground into a rally-killing double play. Emil Brown is goin' 2-4 with 3 RBI, putting the Yankees in first place where they will reside for the remainder of the glorious '08 season. And of course, I have to listen to god damn Steve Phillips. Thanks ESPN, thanks. Oh, baseball. How I missed you. If this morning wood lasts longer than four hours, I ain't callin' the doctor. I hope it never goes away. Here we go A's.

Update: J.D. Drew was scratched from the lineup because his back was acting up. Let's see...it's 6:10 a.m., the baseball season has been underway for 30 seconds, and J.D. Drew is already injured. HaHaHa. I guess those kids who skipped school to see him ground into an inning-ending DP will have to settle for a Papi bomb. March 25 - 6:10 am

5 comments:

Jeff said...

This reminds me of the 2006 World Cup(it was in Japan too and I had to wake up at 7.30am to watch it and drink beer). Can I be your official Soccer contributer? Go Silverbacks, I mean am I right?

Tim Rondeau said...

Half a game up already. I hope the Yanks like the view from down there...

Tim Rondeau said...

Also, Jeff, the 2006 World Cup was in Munich. You're thinking about the 2002 World Cup, which was played both in Korea and Japan.

Designated Hebrew said...

Actually, Tim, the 2006 World Cup was held in Lillehammer and Kosovo won with the help of Slobodan Milošević's three goal effort over the stunned North Dakota squad.

Chapter H said...

I got five solutions for the lot of you.