• HaroldHecuba: Mike Mussina is EASTERN EUROPEAN, not Italian....

In the spirit of Paul’s recent Harry Potter post, what happens when you skip a game or two? As this week’s Metro column explains, guilt. Frustration. Feelings of hopelessness and despair. Especially when your team only wins when you’re not watching, damn it.

Adam knows how it feels.

4 Responses to “The one that got away”

  1. Paul Moro says:

    Hrabosky’s looks like it’s alive. I’m faily convinced that it can actually, coherently, communicate with people.

  2. Sarah Green says:

    Ooh, Paul, I didn’t think of that. But now it all makes sense! It’s not a moustache…it’s a parasite! And Hrabosky is just the willing host. After all, if you could trade some facial real estate for a hairy little friend who would add some MPH to your fastball, wouldn’t you do it? Steroids, schmeroids!

  3. Sal Fasano looks remarkably like Dan Marino in profile. (Spectacular facial hair aside, of course.)

  4. Alejandro says:

    Not if my team sucks ass!

    I have so much free time now, it’s actually a pleasant surprise when I check “the bottom line” on ESPN and find out they swept a double-header.

    So nice…

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