Friars. Like Friar Tuck, not as in "fried chicken."
When I have writing ideas, I always e-mail myself so I don't forget!
But I love baseball so much I can concentrate on little else at the games.
I did put a smiley after "fryers," you know. And congrats on your win today, Tycho. s on to play Los Gigantes up north.
Scully for one more year!
¡Que la fuerza te acompañe!
I saw Los Doiyers at Chavez Ravine about a week ago. He was on the big screen.
Awesome Bel-Cam. It's a nice photograph even if it was taken of the enemy's territory.
Baseball fields are beautiful things though.
Remember looking out the window when you're flying in a plane? Baseball fields are the most striking image across the entire landscape.
This is why the moon is so dull, as is even flying over certain other countries. There are no baseball diamonds to be seen.
It was odd to attend a baseball game in which I had no rooting interest either way (Dodgers vs. Mets).
But don't be too quick to say the moon has no baseball, especially near Pittsburgh: http://www.moonbaseball.com/
And the Cards have caught the Buccos at the top of the NL Central.
I felt the same way during spring training when I saw the Giants play the Royals.Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos
I think the Reds, Cards and Pburg will all be at the top of the NL Central at some point over the last month of the season.And the Cards have caught the Buccos at the top of the NL Central.
w - LA
C - ???
E - AT
w - OK or Tx ?
C - DT!
E - BS
AT vs BS
In other news, my Padres went 15 innings vs. the Cubs yesterday. San Diego won. A friend that went to the game said it was boring and frustrating though.
The Pads left 16 runners stranded. So I think it must have gotten exciting in many innings as the tension peaked (until the obvious let-down).
Japan beat San Diego in its 2nd in a row LL WS.
Back in 1st! Raise the Jolly Roger! Arr!