Tonight's Questions

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C'est la vie, people. Enjoy your night and please check out some good ol' fashioned televised baseball. The season's not as long as you want it to be. See you tomorrow, same WoW channel.

(Johnny Evers picture courtesy of Flickr user John McNab)

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WILL Dusty Baker "accidentally" screw up his lineup card and force his pitchers to hit in Toronto tonight? Micah Owings is on the hill, so I'm not ruling it out.

Will Rated Rookie Tommy Hanson shut down those Carpet Bagging Yankees or will they pull a General Sherman on Atlanta.

I'd say that our money is green, and that other baseball cities are glad to spend it, but Kris would disagree with me.

I vote Carnivore.

The Nats have been hyping these games all year and selling season ticket packages based on them being "your only opportunity to get tickets for the Red Sox series" (which is bullshit as of them desperately selling singlegamers a week ago). That said, the stadium's near sell-out right now.

At least it's (marginally) better than Lerner getting on the radio the first week of the season and pleading for Phillies fans to come down to Washington.

I'll wait for next week, thank you. I like having a little room to spread out (read: a section to myself)

Carlos Zambrano is going to challenge Miguel Cabrera to a Little Caesars pizza eating contest.

By the way, if your mom hasn't thrown you bodily from the basement yet, check out the demo of The BIGS 2. I don't have a PS3 so I don't get the wonders of The Show (MLB2K is awful) but the Bigs is glorious retarded arcade fun.

Last night I destroyed Las Vegas through the power of Prince Fielder homeruns and crippled Joe Mauer at a play at the plate.

Also Geovany Soto launched himself from a standing position to the top of a dugout to make a catch.

I played the Bigs 1 demo for 2 years and I think I'm gonna have to actually buy this one.


That game sounds like Base Wars.

It definitely plays like an NES game with much better graphics, which is kinda what I'm looking for (as there appears to be no willingness from anybody to remake MVP '05 anytime soon).

as there appears to be no willingness from anybody to remake MVP '05 anytime soon

/single, nerdy tear

For some odd reason, I've always been really bad at baseball video games. Lately, I've only played the MLB SlugFest series... mainly because plunkings are very easily accessible and the "tags" actually involve punching the runners.

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