4 Responses to “Write Your Own Caption: What is Dice-K doing?”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    On Friday, pitching coach John Farrell announced the reason for Matsuzaka’s recent struggles on the mound. “After reviewing hours of tape, we realized that he’d been overthrowing,” Farrell told reporters. “Literally throwing over his own head. Causes the ball to stay up in the zone.”

  2. He stole that sign from the Jets!

  3. Brian Sadecki says:

    “This is how high you can stack over-hyped mediocrity.”

  4. Sarah Green says:

    Not content with his mastery of 8 pitches and his experimentation with the gyroball, Matsuzaka unveils a new pitch.

    He calls it: Scorpions of Fire

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