The Wil Cordero Memorial Linkpunch: Tuesday, September 2nd

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linkpunch gorillaSometimes people write better than us. Each Tuesday and Thursday WoW gives you our favorite baseball links we've come across.

  • There's a blog out there that collects awesome pictures of terrible parties. For some reason, they featured a picture of our own Lloyd the Barber last week. Sorry I Missed Your Party.

  • The Answer Man interviewed future hall of famer and current sighing broadcaster Ron Santo. Ron waits until the end to play the diabetes card. Big League Stew.

  • JB Sir videotaped Rinku and Dinesh going about their household chores and sent the video back to their families in Mumbai. I'm sure their families will be happy to see their sons and brothers vacuuming in America. The Million Dollar Arm Blog.

  • Curtis Granderson makes an appearance at Genesee Valley Auto Mall in Flint Township. The Flint Township News.

  • The yet-as-unnamed Bowling Green, KY team will be moving from the South Atlantic League to the Midwest League starting in 2010. Hopefully, they'll be making the move as Cave Shrimp. BBTF Newsblog.

  • Josh Beckett's dumb elbow inspires more hemming and hawing than any elbow in recent memory. WEEI.

  • A spider sitting on a frog sitting on a turtle. Darren Hoyt

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Stop the presses! Rinku and Dinesh love pepperoni pizza. Should, like, one of us tell them that pepperoni is made at least partly of holy cows?

Tuesday is September 2nd


This post is giving off sort of eery Hiro time-travelling vibes.

Currently Lloyd looks like Mark Buehrle but in high school he looked like Dwight Schrute

I think Josh Beckett should give his elbow the Koyie Hill treatment.

Or the Silent Hill treatment. Either one.

That was a great day at school. Gordy, Dougie and I skipped Metric class to watch the big curling match on the CBC. We drank enough Moosehead to kill two Natives. Fucking eh I fought a Mountie!

Remembering dates is hard, y'all.

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