Thursday, September 13, 2007

It's Hard To Celebrate A Victory When the Opposition Just Doesn't Care, Reds 5-4

Votto collected three hits, Daggum Ross hit a two-run shot, and Harang picked up his 15th win of the season but all the author hears from the Cardinal fan base is that we could have won that game if we wanted to, but we don't care. They are a very aloof organization. And in all honesty, there's really no comeback for such a defense. Who wants to really pound a team into submission when they have no strong feelings either way? All I know is my gut says maybe.

On the other hand, the clubhouse is bound to be much cooler now that Hamilton doesn't have to worry about playing baseball for the rest of the season. And seriously, who doesn't feel like buying some rock cocaine from a guy with a glass eye, wearing a poncho, and smoking it in the bathroom stall after playing baseball for close to three hours. Gives you some time to relax, get your head together. These guys could learn a thing or two from the comeback player of the year. Nice series Reds, let's turn the beating on the Brewers tomorrow in Milwaukee. Now there's a victory you can feel good about. Reds! Reds! Reds!

1 comment:

The Last Unitard said...

Mass apathy is a common side effect of HGH abuse.