Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Worst Person in the World Now Worst Baseball Blogger in the World

Good Lord, what is he thinking?
Like the relaxed pace and increased interaction of Spring Training wasn't thrill enough. This is the start of my 43rd year as a fan, my 43rd year attending games, and my 43rd year of keeping score. On Saturday in Phoenix, I witnessed, for the first time, a triple play. First and second, Oakland's Bobby Crosby with a solid one-hopper to Ryan Rohlinger of the Giants. Rohlinger unsuccessfully tried to tag elusive Oakland runner Matt Carson, fired to Matt Downs at second for one out, who relayed to Scott McClain at first for another. That's when it became evident Carson had been called out for leaving the baseline. A double play is, of course, scored by writing the position numbers (5-4-3) and circling them. A triple play requires two circles. Making my first "second circle" was the thrill of the spring
As an added bonus, he has a mugshot of himself on the site that dates back at least 15 years. Nothing like trying to recapture your youth, dude.

Love this comment.
Keith, for the record, did you wait for Tim Russert's corpse to reach room temperature before you started campaigning for his job?

Why are you subjecting mlb.com to your self-indulgent prattle anyway? Isn't there a bovine management blog out there more worthy of your abilities and education?

H/T Thomas.

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