posted by carl at 1:17 AM
***POUND***Best onomatopoeia ever.
Classic! So which Palehose guy runs like Boo-Boo Bear? Iguchi?
I always thought Carlton Fisk ran like Jerry Lewis.
Yogi always out-foxed "The Ranger".
First ever appearence of Ryan Sweeney in this comic?
sweeney first showed up here.
wow, the ph6 comic looks so much crisper than the ph7 ones do.carl, what's up with your scanner settings? unless the out-of-focus lines are supposed to match the offense's hitting approach....
I think to claim grundiness for yourself or others, you have to be able to define grundiness. My definition is: Grundiness is when you have an option to use a hand truck to move a refrigerator, and you try to pick it up by hand just … becuase. Grundy or no? … That’s the question.By the way, I didn’t make the comment about the crispness.
Where did AJ get the picnic basket?Kind of makes him look gay.
Thornton has his flame back!
Ever since I read this one, I can't help but think about it when I see AJ run. And yeah, he does run like Yogi a little bit.
Suxxies are 4 games back! Haha!
Troll much? Seriously, if you don't like the Sox, stay off the site. It's not that hard.
Carlton Fisk; hits like a man, runs like a girl.
The next comic should have an oblivious Walker passing out broken laser pistols (bats).:(
Dueche Bag says: "Suxxies are 4 games back! Haha!" Let's see, let me guess... hmmm, you're a indians fan who has fogoten that you lost two world series in the last 12 years and havn't won one in almost sixty years... or wait, maybe a detroit fan who is to young to remember the last time detroit won the series in 1984... or possibly a twins fan who hasn't experienced the glory since 1991, 14 years before the sox last WS title oh yeah that was just two years ago by the way, 2005.Or probably most likely and most typical a loser cubs fan who hasn't won a series in 100 years... Happy anniversary! and in any case go fuck yourself you little bitch! get a life!
Watch your language asshole!!
Shouldn't that be "Pic-a-Nic in the Park"?
Reverse the curse: A somewhat entertaining partial explanation for Mark Buehrle's three straight missed attempts at picking up career victory No. 100 has surfaced, and it can be traced to teammate Jose Contreras. Three starts ago, Contreras was asked to remove a bracelet in between pitches so as not to distract the hitters. The bracelet had a spiritual connection to the religion of Santeria, practiced by Guillen and now by Contreras. According to Guillen, the bracelet should not be touched by anyone not a part of Santeria, so he put the bracelet in a towel and gave the towel to Buehrle to put in Contreras' locker. The bracelet slipped in the transition, falling to the ground, with Buehrle picking it up to Guillen's cries of horror. "Ozzie started screaming, 'No. No. How's Heath Phillips doing in the Minors? Get Buehrle out of here,'" said Buehrle with a laugh. "I guess it's all voodoo or religious stuff. He said don't touch it, and it was too late." Buehrle asked Guillen if he could convince Contreras to get rid of the curse after he left the field following Saturday's 114-pitch effort. Guillen said Sunday he had something planned to improve Buehrle's fortunes. "It's something we believe in our religion," said Guillen with a smile of the bracelet. "Buehrle said, 'I don't believe in that,' but I was just warning him." Don't know if you saw that and thought you might like to know =)
Reverse the curseCurses are for Cub Fans - never mention them again
Carl,So are you gonna give Phil Arvia his contract demands he wrote about yesterday and give him a cameo in the PH7?
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