Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Great Moments In Visceral Reactions

Last night's Sox-Rangers game was quite the stink bomb, no?

3 comments:

James said...

"Somewhere in that infantile fugue I attempted to express my disgust with the Red Sox’ feckless hurlers by going beyond words to loose what I intended to be a burst of angry flatulence. But my regal trumpet blast of disgust took a bad turn about three-quarters of the way in."

Definitely one of the top 10 funniest things I've ever read on the Web.

dlf said...

I've got to stop reading Cardboard Gods while at work ... I'm in pain trying to keep from laughing too loudly.

RoyceTheBaseballHack said...

Two Things of Interest, here:
1) To use a word like, 'feckless', when describing a pitching staff Opposing the Rangers, seems mis-directed. Well intentioned, but mis-directed. The Rangers lead the league with having used 13 active starting pitchers this season. It's only mid-August.
2) Vazquez would be flirting with Hero Status in Arlington if it weren't for his hapless dang glove. I'm too lazy to research it at the moment, but the guy has to have the most multi-error games of any infielder this season. But, you wanna hear something funny? Ramon hits ninth in the Rangers line-up; he's hitting 318. The bottom of the line-up is a guy hitting 318.