Protein buildup on your eyes is bad.
BTW, your boyfriend is now 0-6 with RISP and 0-11 with a runner on base. .000/.167/.000 puts .316/.437/.421 to shame!
Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Bullets are cheap. Life is priceless.
Also, stop living in the past. The nasty gimmick ran its course a pretty decent while ago there, homeslice.
Also, I never once suggested or stated that LaRoche was the answer, "my boy," or anything else you'd like to lay claim to (but, however, I do love the overreaction). Merely suggested he deserved a shot at third since DeWitt, after two hundred something at bats, is now OBPing around .320. Reading comprehension. Give 'er a shot!
Nice try, however.
Nasty (for old time's sake).
You may resume bitching.
Edit: I should also add that you suggested DeWitt should not be replaced since he's been one of the most "clutch" players for us "all season." Ok, Joe Morgan. If you really want to stand by that, Juan Pierre has actually been the "most clutch" (.377/.431 with your often used RISP). Sadly, said player is also getting on base at a clip even worse than last year's (and equivalent to DeWitt's, by chance).
Yet LaRoche, despite being more developed than DeWitt, a more highly regarded prospect with a more proven minor league track record (and no comparable amount of major league at bats), can conclusively be claimed to be "crappy." Maybe he won't pan out. But, considering the above, he deserves one in an offense that can't score with a player in his position who isn't hitting a lick at the moment.
Forgive the logic.
Last edited by TBrown33; June 30th, 2008 at 08:28 PM.
Furcal, Jones, and Garciaparra are all in the Las Vegas lineup tonight. Furcal has a double and Jones has a dinger through five.
"...it becomes important to add the right people...and staying with the theme that we're not going for the sex, we're going for the meat.”
-Dean Lombardi to The Globe and Mail's Eric Duhatschek; July 10, 2009
Kemp has pink eye. He needs a topical cream.
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