Monday, April 10, 2006

Roundup

In Atlanta tonight, Oscar Villareal recorded his 3rd win of the season. He's pitched in 5 games. Good ratio. Villareal was preceded by Mike Remlinger, whose entry into the game prompted me to exclaim, "HEY - Mike Remlinger isn't dead after all." Just like that Mark Paul Gosselaar thing.

So it looks like the Brewers and Tigers magic carpet super terriffic happy fun ride is over, with both teams dropping to 5-2 today. And speaking of the Tigers game, Jim Thome hit home run #4. Think he's back?

Hey, did anybody see Darren Daulton's interview on ESPN yesterday? I'm sorry, that's confusing - I should have used his new name. Anybody catch Captain Crackpot's interview yesterday? I mean, what the hell is going on in his head? He's "skipped" through time? Besides sounding vaguely gay, isn't that impossible? Something about how the day of reckoning is going to come in 2012 also, like the Simpsons episode where Homer is screaming that the rapture is about to hit Springfield. (Darren Daulton = sexy Homer Simpson? Perhaps.) The best part is at the end of the interview he said he'd still be open to a managerial job. Yeah, wait by the phone there Darren. You and Wally Backman should be getting the call any week now.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Ander said...

I find your comment that Darren Daulton is sexy more frightening than anything Daulton said

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