Found March 15, 2013 on Razzball:
Jedd Gyorko wins 2nd base job, yay says fantasy baseballers and Richard Kelly. The next thing you know, ol' Jedd will head off to Beverly, Hills that is. On road trips to Los Angeles. Or Magic Johnson will just give him $100 million to sit next to Dee Gordon and Ryu. "You use your free tickets yet to see Jack the Giant Slayer at Magic Johnson theaters?" That's Ryu talking to Gordon. They're good friends. So, Gyorko is reportedly the new 2nd baseman in San Diego. I say bravo to the Friars. In one week, a new Pope and a new 2nd baseman. What did you do this week? Stretch your Sunday meal out into Thursday? Nice work! This might be the Year of the Snake, but it's the week of the Gyorko, after mentioning him already three times. The hype's been building in my pants for a while. Did I just say in my pants? No, I don't think I did, but this post is a locomotive that can't be stopped. In November, I wrote a Jedd Gyorko fantasy. There,...
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