Friday, November 29, 2013

Get Used To History

El Duque's visuals from days of yore have enhanced all of our thanksgiving feasts I particularly liked game 7 of the 1962 World Series. We will all have to spend more time ruffling through such archives in the years to come, so we do not entirely forget what it is like to watch the Yankees win something of meaning. Now that we have signed a .210 hitting, 34 year old shortstop whom none of us had ever heard of prior to the 2013 season, the stage is pretty much set for 2014. We have set the bar really low for Derek. We are likely to miss every playoff option until someone from Qatar buys the team, and replaces all the old furniture now running the team.

1 comment:

John M said...

Why on earth we signed such a young, untested shortstop is beyond me. Wasn't the Oz available? Isn't the Stick still ambulatory? This is a risky move we're sure to regret. You can rely on veterans approaching and over 40. These kids, they still belong in Scranton Wilkes Booth.

Happy Thanksgiving. Bah, homburg.