Found July 15, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
From SB Nation’s “Bucs Dugout” Blog: “Hope Eric Young doesn’t spark a free running onslaught against the Fort. But I picked him up for both my fantasy teams…. just in case!” “For a guy that throws 97-99…guys sure do make good contact against him” “Gee sucks. We should rock this guy today” “The Mets lineup isn’t much better than Triple A. Stop with the excuses.” “Wow, the Mets’ D is terrible” “Jones WTF?” “What is Jones doing?” “LOL Gee” “Um… what was Gee doing? Cole wasn’t moving any faster than a slug. He had all day. But thanks!” “Well if Cole doesn’t pan out as a pitcher I guess we could move him to first” “Oh ****. not another one.” “Dillon Gee is one of the worst (stuff-wise) starters in the league. We gotta get over this guy shutting us down” “Gee pulled his bat back on a pitch RIGHT down the middle (the second strike)…when his only job was to bunt. Ends up striking out. I just… wow.” “Basic fundamentals that aren’t so basic, I guess. No wonder they’re awful.” “Mets Definitely look like a bad team. Have some good players but they seem to botch a lot of plays.” “I wish there were this many zeros in my bank account” “Putrid” “Gee whiz” “Well at least we are getting to their bad bullpen” “Atchinson looks old enough to be in a “Legends” game.” “Atchison wasn’t old enough….now they bring in Hawkins? Will Tug McGraw close?” “God dammit pedro please dont K we got nobody behind you” “2 misses on meatballs now will swing and **** in the dirt” “Hawkins pitched the sh!t out of pedro” “well that sucked” “Don’t walk quesadilla twice in one game” “Ike Davis is brutal” “I don’t feel bad for them” “Barmes’ walk-up music is hilarious…Journey? Really?” “Barmes???? I’m laughing right now.” “Clint Barmes hasn’t stopped believing” “Don’t Stop Believin’ (I’m deserving of a roster spot). Only lyrics you catch before his AB is … “Just a smalltown girl…” hahahahaha” “Nightmare start to the season. I won’t masturbate while this horrible run continues.” “Fun game tho, no nails left. Can’t imagine what playoff baseball would do to me.” “but, hey, five All-Stars!”   From MLB’s Pittsburgh Pirates Forum: “Just win, Baby!” “How many stolen bases do we think McKenry gives up today? I’m pretty sure he’s about to give up one in the first.” “We need more warning track power!” The post You Mad, Bro? On To The All-Star Break With A Win! appeared first on The Daily Stache.

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