Ball Four to Ramirez and 2010 is Officially a Season

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Discount the Nationals bullpen as horrible and ineffective if you will, but this is a team on the move. But growth doesn't come without a price, and tonight the price is SHRIMP.

Brian Bruney walked two in the home half of the tenth inning in frozen Chicago, with the important free passes issued to a betoqued Aramis Ramirez with the bases loaded. 2010 is now, officially, under way. What you came for:



It should be noted that scoring this video with the "Go Cubs Go" theme would send me such on a seafood eating frenzy, your rabbi might faint.


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FIRST SHRIMP OF THE YEAR! ITS A CELEBRATION BITCHES!

Where all the white crustaceans at?

Cubs Win! Shrimp DeJonghe for everyone!

Please tell me I'm not the only one who actually watches the video in its entirety every time, right?

SHRIMP! Sweet, sweet shrimp... I missed that.

Incidentally, that "Go Cubs Go" theme song basically led to 30 Clubs in 30 Songs...

HOORAY SHRIMP! Look at those little legs a-flying!

MISSED YOU SO MUCH SHRIMP

Every time Suss. EVERY TIME.

Suss,
I watch the whole video too. I would also love to see it set to, say, "Sugar Coated Sour" by Dillinger Escape Plan.

SHRIMP was the very first thing I thought of when I watched the game end. It came shortly before "thank god that bum didn't bother swinging."

SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP SHRIMP EVERYBODY!!!!

ALL IS FINALLY RIGHT NOTHING IS FOREVER WRONG

YEEES! here's a cool pic I found from right after it happened: http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/1691/cubsnationals.png

Skrimps! Suss, I'm usually good for at least two viewings.

Am I the only fool who forgets that the music doesn't kick in for 10 seconds? I always panic, turn my speakers way up, and then get assaulted by a blaring saxophone.

STILL WORTH IT

/yawns

What'd I miss by going to sleep at 10:30 last night? Oh.

If I die today, I can die knowing that we had walk off shrimp this season.

Thank you ex-Yankee Brian Bruney.

This is exactly the "out of the box thinking" that Lou Piniella was talking (and talking and talking) about.

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