How should I end this season?

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How should I end this season?

Post by Edwards Kings » Sun Sep 26, 2021 4:25 pm

Geography is a given (i.e. in the crapper). Started weak and dropped like a cheap of socks.

But can have some fun. Should I get:

Seth Beer - Sounds like a made up name to put on the back of a Frat Softball team. But still, a guy named "Beer" on your fantasy baseball team. Just fits...

Lars Nootbaar - Somewhere, just outside of a corner bar in Minnesota, I just know this conversation is going on:

"Sign on the Bank says minus 54 today...bit balmy, eah?"

"Ya...you going to the pool party?"

"Ya, ya...bringing my cousin Lars, too!"

"Ya? Oh good, that Lars is such a nootbaar!"

Packy Naughton - Somewhere in MtM old neighborhood, another conversation takes place...

"Youze know who I saw yesterday?"

"Nah...whoze did you saw?"

"Packy Naughton!"

"You mean Packy Naughton whoze sista was the neighborhood matress pad?"

"Nah, nah...that was the 27th street Naughton's. I am talking PACKY Naughton...from 32nd Street...with the fadder who had one eye brow!"

"Yeah, yeah...I remember him! Why they call him "Packy" anyway?"

"Youze don't wanna know..."

OK. Stupid, but I have had a stupid year...
Baseball is a slow, boring, complex, cerebral game that doesn't lend itself to histrionics. You 'take in' a baseball game, something odd to say about a football or basketball game, with the clock running and the bodies flying.
Charles Krauthammer

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Re: How should I end this season?

Post by Edwards Kings » Thu Sep 30, 2021 4:34 am

Ohhh...forgot Jason Junk. Gotta have pitcher on my team named Junk.
Baseball is a slow, boring, complex, cerebral game that doesn't lend itself to histrionics. You 'take in' a baseball game, something odd to say about a football or basketball game, with the clock running and the bodies flying.
Charles Krauthammer

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