Baseball Before Bedtime: Everybody Knows

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Here's what happened in baseball while you were thinking like a cannonball shooting out a cannon:

Indians 13, Rays 2: I told you Tampa Bay would struggle on the road! You didn't listen, but I was right. The Rays have now lost four in a row since they packed their Travelpro luggage and started jetting about the country. Ben Francisco, David Dellucci, Casey Blake and Shin Soo Choo provided the tater tots for the Cleve while Aaron Laffey notched his fifth win with six solid. Andy Sonnanstine was victimized for five singles and four extra-base hits and ate his fourth loss. It tasted like sardine ice cream.

Pirates 4, Yankees 2: Well Joe Girardi, I told you not to take that layover in Pittsburgh on the way to Toronto but you insisted on making up that rainout. Well you've made your bed and now you'll have to shit in it as Paul Maholm was nasty over eight innings and Nate McLouth ding-donged the game winner off Jose Veras. Mike Mussina pitched well and even added the first 2008 hit by a Yankee pitcher, but what does it matter when your offense and defense's collective minds are already in the halycon city of Toronto?

Blue Jays 6, Orioles 5: Adam Lind walkoff single Toronto sweep George Sherrill blown save Jeremy Guthrie wasted start Vernon Wells DL 22,279 attendance blah blah blah. No other night games have ended by the time my eyelids got too heavy to finish this whole recap dealie. The American League East basement will have to do, y'all! Hey look, House Hunters! Zzzzz

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Bow down and worship the mighty Indians offense. Heh.

Anyone up for a mini-pants party at the Knitting Factory tomorrow night for the Julia Nunes show?

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