Oh, no, he dint! Oh, yes, I did! David Ortiz got stamped with the schmohawk label and shoved into the overrated for 2009 fantasy baseball thingamajiggywitit. How’s dem apples? Sour? Good, they’re supposed to be. Ortiz doesn’t get to taste my Delicious apples. With Facebook’s 25 Inane Things About Yourself That No One Cares About, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
At the age of 29 in the year two-zero-zero-six, Travis Hafner went 100/42/117/.308. MVP numbers, for sure. If you were sitting behind Hafner at a movie, you didn’t even mind that his head was blocking half the screen because the numbers were that good. You briefly considered amending the North Dakota Wikipedia page to add […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Oh, no, he didn’t! I did and why are you talking like a guest from The Ricki Lake Show (God rest her talk show.) That’s right; Cliff Lee is being put in the 2009 fantasy baseball overrated schmohawk box never to be seen again. If you had Cliff Lee last year, you know what I’m […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
In fantasy baseball, it’s imperative to trade away overrated players before they lose their luster and trade for underrated players. Then there’s simply the rated ones. If this reads vaguely familiar, it’s because I’m cribbing Chuck Klosterman, who I think is brilliant. Here’s the relevant quote to better understand what follows: If you are the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?