Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Who's On First?



Who Won: Giants, 8 runs

Who Lost: Brewers, 6 runs

Who Pitched Well For The Crew: Manny Parra, 4 innings, 3 K's, 1 hit, 1 walk

Who Pitched Like A Young Rick Ankiel: Newcomers Nick Green who went 2 innings and gave up 4 runs on six hits and 2 home runs, and Eduardo Morlan who didn't record an out gave up three hits including a three run bomb.

Who Picked Up The Loss: Morlan

Who Got The Win: Some Perdomo Guy.

Who Hit a Triple: Hey! It was Rickie Weeks, who has shown some life lately.

Who Homered For The Crew: Casey McGehee again, hitting well.

Who Continues To Hit: J.J. Hardy who was 2-3, Brad Nelson who was 1-1.

Who Wins TBC Player Of The Game: Manny Parra

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Who Does The Crew Play Next: Chicago White Sox, 3:05 pm on Wednesday, MLB.TV.

Who Was Feeling Really Lazy And Decided To Conjure Up This Total Mailed In Version Of Recap, But Really Doesn't Care Because It Is Just Spring Training: Bear.

Who Took The Picture: AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez

5 comments:

b2 said...

this is actually a sweet recap. its spring training for readers, too, i dont need to know everything.

as long as i know that tony gutierrez snapped that shot, im good.

Tony said...

I agree Bear. A nice quick rundown is good this time of year.

Anonymous said...

better than wink's write ups

Winks said...

Fred,

Brent and I managed to buy some internet time down here and we are loving what you did with the site over the last couple of days. There was a lot to cover, and you have nailed it. Keep up the good work, and you will be rewarded in a non sexual way.

As for those Brewers recaps, thats a great way to do them in spring training. Thats the format Ill probably use when Im back, so feel free to keep doing it that way.

Also, I watched Raw in spanish last night, so Im caught up!

Oh, and I have talked to zero girls while Ive been down here. Lot more old people than spring breakers, but Im still looking. Who am I kidding, Im a pussy.

Anonymous said...

The Rick Ankiel comparison is a bit misleading considering he rarely gave up hits ... instead he was too busy throwing pitches to the backstop.

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