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Morning After Pill

September 1, 2009

Again the world of sports sometimes blows my mind.

MLB: The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Texas Rangers 18-12 on a 7 run 9th inning. The hero of the night was Jays DH Adam Lind. He went 3-5 with 8 RBI and one Grand Slam.
As everybody knows, the Dodgers continued the bizaare hey let’s make a trade after the trade deadline that only happens in MLB. Sure they picked up Jim Thome, but in a odd circumstance they picked up pitcher Jon Garland. Garland plays for the Arizona Diamondbacks, who were playing the Dodgers. They announced the trade during the game, so he literally had to leave the one dugout and go to the other. What the hell.

NHL: The NHLPA fired their Director Paul Kelly. He was essentially fired for being too open with the media. The last guy was pushed out essentially because he didn’t give enough to the media.

NFL: BRETT FAVRE! BREEETT FARVE! BRIT FARR! He’s back. He played the whole first half and played pretty well. I could play well handing off to Purple Jesus. You can’t stop Purple Jesus, No One Denies This! Well at least the Texans couldn’t, he busted off a 75 yard run for TD on the first play of the day.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 1, 2009 6:22 pm

    hockey players shouldn’t be making business decisions

    • gally82 permalink*
      September 1, 2009 7:13 pm

      Yeah, us hockey players are the valley girls of the sporting world. It’s like, uh you know a team game. It’s 60 minutes and uh tonight we just didn’t get it done you know. We just got to step up on D and uh you know put the puck in the net. Tonight we uh, you know let coach down.

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