First Coley noticed that Adam Jones was apparently asleep in his Yahoo! Sports headshot. Now, thanks to┬áthe sharp eyes of Paul, we can all see that Chris Duncan doesn’t look so hot either:

You know what we need, dude? We need some FUNYUNS! Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude!

5 Responses to “Where does Yahoo get these pictures?”

  1. I disagree with BDD\’s assessment that batting average should go away…a walk isn\’t always as good as a hit…you want to know how often a guy is actually getting a hit. Besides, for historical purposes that\’s what we use to compare prior generations…does anyone know or care that Ted Williams\’ OBP in 1941 was .553 (stunning actually)..nope – just .406 baby.

  2. Sarah Green says:

    Andrew, I obviously completely agree with you. The more stats the merrier, I say!

  3. I just noticed that they have changed it, but for the last few years John Lackey’s photo was a total stoner shot. However, while I was looking to see if I could find the photo somewhere else on the web I discovered this…

    Pretty funny.

  4. Robbie Ramone says:

    Jon Rauch’s pic tops them all:

  5. Lyndsay says:

    see also: Youkilis, Kevin.

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