Monday, July 28, 2008

Denny's Late Night Menu Proves Too Alluring For Reds Offense, Osholes 5-4

The author read that after the win today, Oshole is now 20-1 against the Reds all time, which isn't too bad. He just spent a month or so off squirrel hunting in the Ozarks, so his arm was tired from all the skinning and it showed tonight. After Cueto's laborious first inning, the offense showed a little heart. Bruce and Griffey singled before a Phillips walk loaded the bases. And the Grande Burro knows what time it is once those lights go low and bases are get loaded, business time. That's why he wears those business socks, as the saying goes.

But Cueto served one up to Geoff Blum, a change that Bako nicely referred to as the worse one he's seen in quite a while. That's the way to encourage those young arms. It was a pretty bad pitch, which, of course, is obvious because Geoff Blum was able to hit it hard. Berkman was surprisingly quiet, which is disconcerting. The author wishes he would have gotten all of the inevitable hits out of his system tonight, since the Reds are planning on winning the next two game and can't have him screwing things up. It doesn't need to be said but a lineup with Kaz Matsui, Blum, Darrin Erstad, and Brad Ausmus should not be able to beat another major league team. Even one with Corey Patterson on the bench. Think about that tomorrow you bunch of maroons. Beat the Astronauts.


Aaron said...

Except Patterson isn't on the bench. Inexplicably he is leading off again. Boycott this team.

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