Sunday, June 17, 2007
Welcome Michael Gosling
With the unfortunate injury to Mike Stanton [that will happen running 90 feet at one time without taking a rest] we get the chance to say hello to Michael Gosling. He throws the ball left-handed and seems to be a pretty good guy. The fans with the better memories will likely remember, who could forget, his stint with the Reds last season. One game, 13.50 ERA, that's the type of production we're looking for around here. The author is not alone in his heightened expectations. At Louisville he worked exclusively as a starter, so sitting down in the pen with all those assheads for nine innings might be a bit of a chore for Michael, especially because he graduated from high school in Salt Lake City [singer with the Tabernacle Choir?]. The language used down there has been described as "blue" in nature. Let's try and keep it clean boys. No one wants to hear about the case of clap you caught from the waitress at Chili's in St. Louis or the accompanying visit to the doctor. We've all been there. Nice two thirds of an inning tonight Mike, those Rangers bats are tough to control. Hope to see you again soon.