The RailRiders win the Gildan Triple-A National Championship! The RailRiders win the Gildan Triple-A National Championship!
Fukinay. It lasted a microsecond, but I was a hot prospect.
I was once the youngest man on the face of the earth. Fukinay. It lasted a microsecond, but I was a hot prospect.Oh, I love Jeopardy-style questions.Who is Brien Taylor?<buzzer noise>I'm sorry, Brien Taylor's career lasted a femtosecond, not a microsecond.
speaking of our lost youth: my anniversary is coming up, which is not really relevant to this blog, except for the fact that it coincides with the All Star break of 1987 when the Yankees were 21 games over .500 and in first place by 3 games. So what did they do? Trade Tewksbury and some other fellows for the Jeff Weaver of his decade, Steve Trout. Looked like a good idea at the time. Trout had just thrown two consecutive complete game shutouts for the Cubs. Well, what a colossal blunder that turned out to be. Trout not only couldn't get anybody out, he couldn't throw two consecutive strikes. And the Yankees finished a distant 4th.I notice that many of the Yankee blogs are calling for Cashman to go out and be Monty Hall. But I'd like to suggest that if he decided to take his phone off the hook and shack up until the trade deadline passes with one of the bar-stool blondes at Loose Lucy's, that would be an excellent anniversary gift.
Garrett for Refsnyder? Wtf?
Loose Lucy's?Did I see you outside Levi's stadium selling "owsley" acid?
Don't take the brown acid. Just saying.
@John M ,..and stay away from the light towers.
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