10 Responses to “Write your own caption”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    “Do you have something behind your ear? Do you? Ohh! What’s this??? I found a treasure behind your ear!”

  2. Halladay responds much better to praise than dog treats.

  3. Pudge: “I told you to get down when I threw to second, now where is my ball”

  4. Coley Ward says:

    Pitchers love it when you scratch them behind their ears.

  5. Sarah Green says:

    Whosa all-star pitcher? Who is it?!?!

    YOU ARE! YOU ARE! A wooja wooja woo!

  6. my dear… your skin so soft, like a baby’s bottom….. i’ve never felt this way before.

  7. The problem with having Herman Munster as your ace is that you routinely have to push his grey-matter back into his ear.

  8. what is that? is that…..hair gel? ooh i could use some hair gel, i just ran out.

  9. i think the yankees need A-ROD along with jeter and posada.If they trade them, Idon’t think the yankees would win any world series for a while.

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