With his pitching staff featuring a 4.84 ERA and just a pair of starters with multiple wins, maybe White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen should look into signing pop star Justin Bieber, who threw out the first pitch earlier this week.
No matter how ugly the toss was.
Bieber’s lob to the dish lived up to what little expectations it gained while he pranced to the mound in his flat-brimmed, crooked Sox hat and dangling chain.
What’s German for “Hit the weights, little man”?
Bieber managed to nab a Paul Konerko foul ball later on during the Sox-Royals contest. He signed it and passed it along to a fellow Sox fan — 18-year-old high school senior, Alex Rittel, who is destined to never hear the end of it from whatever friends he has left.
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“Those situations are fun. You live for moments like
that to go out there and drive in the winning runs for your team and
get a W. It’s enjoyable for me, it’s fun and it’s what you play the
–Jeremy Hermida, after hitting a three-run double in the eight inning of Boston’s 5-1 win
Another fantastic marketing ploy by a member of the NHL’s greatest fanbase.
could have Pacifier, diaper, tissue, or Midol Night in Carcillo’s
honor…if they can even make it back to Boston!!! Oh Danny Girl, The
Gripes The Gripes are Whailing… ”
What are the odds that Flyers fans are coordinated enough to pull this off Wednesday night at the Wachovia Center? Probably about the same as Dan Carcillo growing a socially-acceptable mustache.
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