Thursday, December 8, 2011

Yesterday, December 7, 2011, a day that will live in infield utility

Yesterday, we won the world's weirdest silent auction, obtaining the rights to sign 29-year-old Japanese mystery shortstop Hiroyuki Nakajima.

Jeet's replacement? Of course, why didn't we think of it? It was always going to be Nakajima!

What were we thinking? Ten possible scenarios...

1. Need a kick-around homeboy for Yu Darvish.

2. Plan to peddle Eduardo Nunez for Jar Jar Jerrgens, or whatever his name is.

3. Hiro is secret jewel of Orient.

4. We had identified dangerous void among utility infielder ranks.

5. Money? When asteroid hits, who cares about money?

6. Who bidded on this dork? Randy Levine?

7. Can't imagine Scranton without a Kei Igawa.

8. Whatever. It’s not like we traded Jesus.

9. Bobby Valentine wanted him.

10. Guy makes great California roll.

1 comment:

Joe De Pastry said...