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Archive for the 'General Baseball' Category

It’s built and I’m all ready there.

Wednesday, August 30th, 2006

Incredible. As bad as I thought this could get, it just keeps getting worse. And worserer, as Soxaholix said yesterday. In a way I’m glad these games have been on the west coast. It’s so much easier to just go to bed and pretend the devastation isn’t happening.

But, a strange thing happened while channel surfing […]

Most Valuable Pony

Tuesday, November 15th, 2005

Announcer: “And the award for Most Violet Player goes to…(drumroll…envelope please…tear open…pause…look up…look back down…devilish smile to our own amusement), the one and only purplely mini-equine from that Big Apple Circus in Da Bonx, Slappy McShowPony!” Crickets chirp as Slappy accepts the award for his “teammates” and Joe Torre looks away like he just got […]

2005 World Series. (yawn…)

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

While watching the White Sox beat the Astros in games 1 and 2 of the World Series on Saturday and Sunday, I couldn’t find a single Red Sox cap in the stands. Weird.

Who do you root for?

Wednesday, October 12th, 2005

After an Angelic game 5 victory against the aging, sagging, flagging Bombers - we have decided to endorse the St. Louis Cardinals to carry on the crown tradition. It’s a tough call as an American League team usually curries our favor. Sadly, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of Orange County in the great State […]


Saturday, August 6th, 2005

I prefer not to dwell on last night’s 12-0 loss to the Twins. Instead, I’ve been spending my time this morning thinking about Joe Torre. Yes, Red Sox fans, you read that right - Joe Torre, manager of the Gashouse Gorillas down in the Bronx. While flipping from the Sox game last night to […]

The evolution of Chief Wahoo

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2005

Stumbled upon this evolution of said Chief. It’s amazing how timeline-wise it just keeps getting worse. In the immortal words of Joe Castiglione (taken entirely out of context), “can you believe it?”

The only thing worse than Aaron Boone’s batting average is that he’s underperformed while promoting (for MLB) the unnerving grin of Wahoo. […]

The reason we don’t want Mike Lowell on the Red Sox.

Thursday, July 21st, 2005

It really has nothing to do with his on the field abilities or that monster salary the Sox would have to absorb. It’s actually his disturbing resemblance to AJ of the Backstreet Boys. Observe:

Let’s Go Mets!

Saturday, June 25th, 2005

You’re not going to believe what we did last night - with a Red Sox game on, we at The Red Seat HQ opted for alternate programming. Why? Three reasons, the HD broadcast was spotty at best for some reason (Comcast. grrrrr.) and partly because the lifeless Philly’s were done after the 2nd inning thanks […]

The Erie Somethingorothers

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

We headed up to Portland on Sunday to check out the Sea Dogs game against the Erie Somethingorothers. Sea Dogs lost and lost by giving up a grand salami. The game was dyn-o-mite until the 6th inning or so and that’s when the old ball game went down the crapper. Jon Lester pitched well. […]

What do you think?

Thursday, April 7th, 2005

Is it wrong for me to be so filled with glee after reading this article?!?