Hit & Run: The One Where I Can’t Think of a Catchy Title

Picture courtesy of The Onion.

Prince Fielder, of the Milwaukee Brewers, is told by the IRS: “Pay up, bitch!” He owes more than $400,000 in back taxes. Granted, he could’ve paid it off by now. But it’s more fun to speculate what he could’ve bought instead of paying his taxes. The entire inventory of a Krispy Kremes? 8,000 copies of Metal Gear Solid? 40,000 tickets to “Get Smart”? 500 Coach bags? (WANT!)

JD Drew’s big day helped push the Boston Red Sox to a victory against the Phillies, 7-4, with 4 hits and 4 RBIs. Never mind that Manny or Big Papi didn’t play. JD can put the team on his broad, handsome shoulders.

Why so glum, chum? You’ll be back to being Master of the Universe soon enough!

On the same day that my grandma got total knee replacement, Tiger announes his decision to get major knee surgery. What ever will we do now to feed his family!

Any fantasy league owners who own Carlos Zambrano – be prepared. Be very prepared. His shoulder is hurting, and tests will be run to determine the problem.

Oh, Barry, maybe you should stick to commenting
on right-wing talk shows.

Another day, another Zito crapper of a game. How can one human being suck so hard? Does anyone even care about the score of Giants/Tigers? I thought so. Tigers won, that’s all you need to know.

And the Mets win!  Thanks to a Damion Easley homerun and 4 innings of shutout ball from the bullpen, the Mets take the series.  On to Colorado!

7 thoughts on “Hit & Run: The One Where I Can’t Think of a Catchy Title

  1. Sadly, I care about the score of the Giants/Tigers game. I wish i didn’t. The Giants stomp on my little black heart….daily….

  2. No matter his record, Zito is still cute. That and I have a soft spot for him since he started the Strikeouts for Soldiers.

  3. Prince Fielder had another inside-the-park home run last night. The fact that he has even one is ridiculous, and his second was more circus-like than the first. Hilarity.

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