OH BABY! DON’T HIT THE PANIC BUTTON YET!

Starting White Sox shortstop Juan Uribe’s wife went into labor with the couple’s 4th child. As a result Alex Cintron got a chance to be the hero. And come through he did, with a three run blast in the bottom of the 8th off Fernando Rodney to turn defeat into victory, 4-3 Good Guys over the Tigers. Cintron said he figured Rodney out, “He was throwing fastball, changeup, fastball, changeup, so I sat on a fastball”. Alex, a switch hitter, was batting lefthanded for the first time in the game, he hooked a line drive over the RF fence, it was his first with the Sox. Jenks came on for a 1-2-3 9th inning to save it for Brandon McCarthy, who pitched two scoreless.

After the game Teddy Ballgame & Nicky V took the Red Line El to 95th where Jocko picked them up, enroute to Harvey, to see some girls, pay them some money (a dollar at a time), and give the Devil his due on 6-6-6. We thought about playing six games of APBA Baseball (66 is the best diceroll in APBA), but decided to see the girlies instead. A bad night in Harvey, beats a good night just about anywhere else. Speaking of 6-6-6, did you see where the ANGELS spanked the DEVIL Rays? The scheduler had to have scheduled them to play each other on 6-6-6 on purpose.

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2 Responses to “OH BABY! DON’T HIT THE PANIC BUTTON YET!”

  1. Teddy, was that Wally Uribe or Juan Pipp who used to play SS for the Sox?

  2. That’s why MLB players need to practice Planned Parenthood to make sure they have babies during the offseason.

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