The fans in San Francisco have imposed their will on this year’s All-Star Game, voting at an unfathomable rate, and giving the NL roster an interesting shape. First, they managed to snag Pablo Sandoval the starting third base gig for the National League, and what followed next was truly absurd.
It was reported yesterday that Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner on the hit 90′s sitcom “Full House” has been voted onto the NL All-Star Team. Giant fans started this grass roots movement in an attempt to express their adulation for the raunchy comic, who penetrated our hearts with his OCD, and wacky single parent antics. We caught up with Saget the other day, he had this to say.
“What? See this is why I didn’t want to do that stupid ******* show. Now I’m Danny Tanner forever, everyone thinks that the Olsen twins are my kids, and I’m being forced to ironically play in a professional baseball game.”
Saget received 100 million votes from the San Francisco faithful to get the nod for this years game.
“Hahahaha boy, that’s gotta be one tough pill to swallow, eh Johnny Cueto?” said Tony La Russa.
David Wright, who was expected to start at third for the NL squad was laying in his locker drinking vodka when he heard the news
“Danny Tanner…like the Full House guy? **** that, I hate San Francisco. “Boy Meets World” was always a better show anyway…Is someone cutting onions? Ugh must be allergies…no, I’m not crying! I just want to be alone, guys”