Thursday, April 8, 2010

John's Warble: A healthy 6:34 seconds

To pipe a 6:34-second WinWarble just three games into the season -- without bottled oxygen! -- is like free-scaling the Empire State Building and then eating a small child. Blame it on Boston! Blame it on the bassanova! Blame it on Rio! A Yankee victory (with a Youkilis beaning on the side!) The Master is warbling human history.

Prediction: The 8.02-second, all-time WinWarble record* will fall this year.
*Without verbal enhancements.
(To experience 6:34 seconds of pure warbling orgasm: click to the jump)

1 comment:

Bye Bye Balboni said...

Both Sterling and the Grandy Man off to hot starts. Is it a coincidence? I think not. Someone should track Granderson's batting average and Sterling's Win Warble times to see if they both go up and down concurrently.