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Rest o' the League Round-Up: Volume II, Issue V
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Time sure does fly when you're having fun, doesn't it, folks? And by "having fun," I of course mean "watching your team struggle like a Galapagos turtle on its ample back to right itself and zoom ahead of the hare that is the rest of the AL East." With their still sub-.500 record and more wounded soldiers heading to the DL Resort and Casino all the time, I think it's time to take a breather from my usual Yankees chit chat and take a gander at how the other 29 teams in the league are faring these days - as usual, I've got just ten words to use for each of them. Ready?

AL East
How could this be??
Tampa Bay: Are you for real?? I hope not, for Yankees sake.
Boston: Dice-K possibly injured. Great news for Yanks, Rays.
Toronto: Could Burnett be on the trading block this summer?
Baltimore: Nice job surmounting 2 4-run Yanks leads. Grrrrrumble.

AL Central lots of anger!
Chicago: Cabrera taking matters into his own hands.,, Beware of Ozzie.
Minnesota: Young needs a day off. Forget streak.
: Can we have Sabathia?
Detroit: Leyland says he's done poor job. Es verdad.
Kansas City: Jose Guillen takes notes from Ozzie Guillen. Baby.

AL West We all know who's winning here
Los Angeles: Offense still having issues. Don't worry - division still yours.
: You're not really this good.
Texas: Just blame it on Bush.
Seattle: Disaster.

NL East Who in the what now?
Florida: Still?!
Philadelphia: Best offensive infield in baseball. Pitching?
Atlanta: Gonzales and Soriano coming to help 'pen. Is it enough?
New York: Big 2-game win "streak." Willy safe?
Washington: At least you have a nice new stadium!

NL Central I spy with my little eye: 3 teams with a chance and 3 with no hope
Chicago: Mark Cuban to purchase?
St. Louis: I thought Pujols was injured? How so freakin' good?!
: Since when are you good?
Milwaukee: S.C.O.R.E.? Stolen from Fannin!
Cincinnati: 2 homers to go for Griffey!
Pittsburgh: Gorzelanny has worse outing than than Hughes or I-Ken.

NL West Hot race dead
Arizona: How in tarnation is Randy Johnson halfway decent?
Los Angeles: Offense struggling to produce... more hugs from Torre needed.
San Francisco: 4 not-awful starts for Zito in a row!
Colorado: No chance at a World Series repeat.
San Diego: Fail.

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posted by Yankees Chick @ Thursday, May 29, 2008  
  • At 12:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    //Boston: Dice-K possibly injured. Great news for Yanks, Rays.//

    Hey have you ever heard of Bartolo Colon? Bas news for Yankees & Rays!

    Um...I think he's already 2-0 and throwing 96 mph?

    Can't wait until the league runs on Jorge's burntout arm!

  • At 4:51 PM, Anonymous Mike said…

    When it's all said n' done, the Mets and Yankees will be in the playoffs.

  • At 7:28 PM, Blogger John said…

    The Padres deserve more than 'Fail'. It's terrible, I've been to two games this year and they have scored ZERO runs. We get offered tickets at work about once a week... I don't think anyone takes them. Can you imagine if an email went out at 5 PM offering up Yankee tickets?

    And seriously if you're stressed about Bartolo Colon dominating you must be on a ledge about Schilling's pending return.

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