Final game of four between the Reds (53-61) and the Dodgers (68-55.) We win this one, we take the series, and our dizzying surge from 5th place into 4th continues.
That was some good times, you guys.
It’s currently 10:07 AM with this post scheduled to go live in less than the amount of time it takes downtown drivers and the streetcar to ram into each other, and only the Reds have turned in their homework, so…uh… here you go.
UPDATE: Finally. Stupid Dodgers.
|1. Chase Utley (2B)
2. Corey Seager (SS)
3. Adrian Gonzalez (1B)
4. Yasmani Grandal (C)
5. Joc Pederson (CF)
6. Josh Reddick (RF)
7. Howie Kendrick (LF)
8. Rob Segedin (3B)
9. Scott Kazmir (P)
|1. Billy Hamilton (CF)
2. Jose Peraza (SS)
3. Joey Votto (1B)
4. Adam Duvall (LF)
5. Brandon Phillips (2B)
6. Scott Schebler (RF)
7. Eugenio Suarez (3B)
8. Tucker Barnhart (C)
9. Homer Bailey (P)
|ERA||IP||SO||WHIP||WOULD JOEY VOTTO SEND HIM 51 PIZZAS?|
|Homer Bailey||3.66||19.2||27||1.37||Joey Votto does not California Kitchen-up his own locker room.|
A THING FROM TWITTER
Today’s Thing From Twitter comes courtesy of Poetweet, which reads every single thing you’ve ever tweeted and makes it a poem. Here’s mine, which frankly makes far more sense than poem I’ve ever suffered through in any literature course (and, as an English major, there were A LOT of those.)
by Mary Beth Ellis
Remains of at least two umpires
In a single episode of “Mad Men.”
All Non-Dignified Pleasures
Nowhere in the parking lot.
Big enough to force this event.
Don’t want to be an airline pilot,
As a Reds fan at the moment.
Unfolding of what’s already there.
Mood. These cannot be unrelated.
I want to know what happened here.
Voyage Has Astronaut Excited
SPLICES COMMA SPLICES EVERYWHERE
You know what, we need to see what would happen if we fed it Jose Canseco’s Twitter account. Although that might be unnecessary, as it’s high art all by itself.
I miss the Olympics.
Proud aunt Mary Beth Ellis is a freelance writer and college teacher who lives in Cincinnati, OH. Her home site, BlondeChampagne.com, has existed in at least some form since 2003, and Mary Beth has been a regular columnist with one publication or another from the age of 16. Her first book, Drink to the Lasses, was published in 2006. She currently teaches college, runs personal wine tastings, gives literary readings, and stares into the middle distance.