Tuesday, August 17, 2010

We are no longer the worst best-team-in-baseball, ever. Now, we are worst tied-for-best-team-in-baseball, ever.

Our captain is having a career year in grounding into double plays.

Our cleanup hitter is out.

Our fourth starter throws 66 mph.

Our catcher can't catch anymore.

Seven years into the majors, our centerfielder has changed his swing, because he can't hit lefties.

We have no sure bridge to our closer.

We have scored 1 run in the last 18 innings.

I got a feeling: We'll soon be the worst second-best-team-in-baseball ever.