Found May 17, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
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From the Cardinals MLB Forum: “I hope Waino can shut these bums out.” “Wow, Beltran is really conserving energy, eh?” “Man, Molina is just a perfect freaking ballplayer.” “Mets’ outfield is very bad” “Never agree to scheduling a 4 game series with the Mets … by the 4th game the Cards start playing like the Mets.” “Monkey see…Monkey do…..” “Cards offense can’t solve a pitcher with an ERA of ~6.0 and whose average fastball is 90 MPH and …. well on and on with the ugly stats. I guess MM and the players are gonna assume the bicycle racing strategy for winning the season championships????” “This has the pace and urgency of a spring training game” “Yeah, I got better things to do than watch this half-donkey effort by the Cards. This is embarrassing.” “Still might pull it out. Mets are still the Mets.” “looks like a Bud Norris game. facing that tough cy young contender, Niese”   From SB Nation: “Waino seems to be on today.” “Pitching to the mets will do that” “i love duda he is hilarious thats the reason why the dh sucks you dont get to see inept sluggers play of” ******* off murphy, jesus” “Daniel Murphy is really good at based balls.” “Man, Ike Davis is really bad at this.” “Hi, my name is Joe, and I hate the Mets. especially those asshats from the ’80’s.” “McEwing hates himself, and Jesse Orosco.” “Also, WTF Orosco was a Cardinal? /loogiesplayforalltheteams” “Yes. I still hated him.” “To be fair, Niese is a pretty good pitcher. It sounds (and looks) like he’s gotten his recent mechanical issues figured out.” “yeesh how can collins hit and run with buck and duda” “valdespin is really annoying” “Has anyone noticed… how small David Wright’s biceps are? I don’t mean that in a “Bro, do you even lift way?”, but a, “Wow, your upper arms are incredibly, almost hilariously, short” way.” “Well, nutsack.” “jesus what is going on with daniel murphy? this is ridiculous” “guess we are the mets today” “guys, don’t worry, Ike Davis is coming up. If he could figure out a way to get 3 outs at once, he would do it.” “Ike Davis can’t see that curveball at all. Ugly.” “hey who’s tired of daniel murphy and his goatee?” “looks slapped on, like a patch” “welp” “murphy is just hilarious at this point everything is a rocket” “wow… Freese has hit bottom.” “Darn, I was hoping for a four-game sweep” The post You Mad, Bro? (St. Louis Cardinals Edition) appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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