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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Apparently, Richard is "Working on Something..."

... and I take him at his word. For those of you who read his work here and at Beyond the Box Score, you know Richard's always working on something.

Blown opportunities in tonight's loss to the Tigers. I already tried to post in depth, but lost the whole damned thing due to my own computer illiteracy. In summation, the return of the real Jake Peavy was thwarted by crappy Michigan weather, and now we're even losing to the Tigers. I know their manager belongs in the Hall of Fame, but still...

Tomorrow's another game (duh.. can you believe I didn't make it to the majors???), and I hope to witness a major league performance from our major league team. And for those of you who are enamored of having the quintessential fifth outfielder/pinch runner batting leadoff: We didn't win tonight with him in the line-up. Get used to it!!!

I sincerely apologize to Dave Roberts and his family.

(Richard: DR is a winning machine.)

(Lance: God, I hope that was tongue-in-cheek.... coincidence is a lovely thing, and I hear he's a wonderful guy.)

(Richard: It is mostly. I started that post as a joke, but it's somewhat difficult to ignore how much better the teams have performed with him in the lineup. Of course, that doesn't mean it shouldn't be ignored.)

2 Comments:

Blogger Richard B. Wade said...

I'll try to get some legitimate content up here tomorrow, but I only had time for my BtB commitments today.

8:59 PM, June 14, 2005  
Blogger Lance Richardson said...

No worries. I'm a legitimate-content-machine, as you can see.

9:06 PM, June 14, 2005  

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