Monday, April 03, 2006

Opening Day Wrap-Up

Mets win, 3-2!

Two Mets are batting 1.000: Pitcher Tom Glavine (2-for-2) and Xavier "Who?" Nady (4-for-4). Who is apparently attempting to make a name for himself. Keep it up, Who, and you just might become the favorite Who in Whoville.

Other highlights: David Wright hit a home run, but all the big name players were oh-fers: Reyes was 0-5, Beltran 0-4, and Delgado 0-3. That's why they get the big bucks, folks! New closer, Billy Wagner had a near flawless 9th inning for the save.

Trivia! The 7-train, which is deeply loved by John Rocker and runs out to Shea Stadium, is referred to as a "subway," even though the majority of the line runs on an elevated track!

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4 Comments:

At 5:04 PM , Anonymous virgil said...

Dear Sir,

I think you should rename your website "Baseballed and Effective".

Sincerely,

Pete Best

 
At 6:04 PM , Blogger dan g said...

Oh, Virgil Pete Best (if that is indeed your name), one must indulge a base-bald fan on Opening Day. 'Twill become an annual ritual.

Trivia! An estimated 87% of churchgoers claim that their primary reason for attending services is because of the ritual!

 
At 8:47 PM , Blogger Karl said...

Go Nady! Go Nady! Go Nady!

(Could I be more original?)

 
At 5:22 PM , Anonymous titivil said...

I'm going tomorrow, to boo at Soriano. Hopefully Beltran will get on base a time or two, or at least the crowd will spot Matsui on the bench and boo him instead.

"If that is indeed your name." Good times.

 

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