Found August 21, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
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From SB Nation’s “Talking Chop” Blog: “Going to the game tomorrow, considering I’m 16, is wearing a braves shirt a bad idea?” “Nah. I used to live in Brooklyn. Always wore my Braves stuff. There might be a bit of ribbing, but Mets fans are actually pretty great.” “OMFG, I can already hear that asshole barking.” “I am beyond ready for Gattis to be a masher again at the plate.” “Don’t hold your breath” “But, I’m already turning blue.” “Not sure I want to see Latroy “Cy” Hawkins again after I had just finished repressing my memories of his last sighting.” “Awfully quiet in here tonight.” “Jeez so I know we all gained lots of respect for EYJr. for his class with regard to Huddy, but please don’t score” “that is probably the equivalent of a BJ RBI single to the other team…” “ike hitting .300 .477 .500 .977 since the all-star break, so nope” “I am getting tired of seeing Ike Davis get big hits against the Braves. “ “wheeler has stupid-looking facial hair growing on his chin like dillon gee” “Anybody else watching the Mets’ telecast?” ” I generally like their announcers” “Definitely the best commentators in the NL East.” “I can’t believe you guys. Yes, they’re the best in the NL East, but I really can’t stand them overall” “I was just gonna say that their announcers are raving about Wheeler’s stuff today, so that’s a bad sign for us” “P-Yawn” “Christ, Janish is horrible.” “Janish getting very close to the Janish Line” “D’Ar-NOT” “Not looking forward to facing Harvey and Wheeler for the next 5 years……” “STOP SWINGING AT EVERY PITCH” “WTF are you swinging at?” “Gattis is being an asshole.” “eric young got the best fit theme song on MLB lol” “Wheeler is on his game tonight.” “Ike Davis First home run off K. Kawakami” “It was a SHOT too. http://wapc.mlb.com/play/?content_id=7610099&c_id=mlb“ “WOW. That was crushed” “Why do the Braves struggle to score at Citi Field?” “kid’s got nasty stuff” “It appears we forgot to pack our bats again. Or did they get misrouted on their way to New York?” “On the bright side the Mets will be into their pen soon” “Whatever happened to us putting up 5 or 6 runs in one inning?” “It’s so quiet in here.” “This offense is offensive tonight and not in a good way” “Road blues so far with a dash of Wheeler” “McCann’s arm… garbage.” ******* **** **** ****!!!!” “well **** me runnin’!” “B.J. Upton for Marlon Byrd? sigh” “I wonder what the deal with Citi Field is for the Braves this season. It has been a tough place for them to play.” “The smell of warm piss all around the ballpark distracts us.” “And to think I stepped away from plunging the toilet to watch part of this game.” “Did you see a brave’s win circling the bowl?” “If we could just get to the Mets BP, we could still pull out a W” “Damn, what have the Mets been doing to our ‘pen of late?” “STFd’Arnaud” “Yay, Ayala.. Pls don’t let Byrd kill us again.” “I fully expect this to not end well” “and THAT’S WHY we need Ayala in the playoffs you guys. Veteran smoothness in high pressure situations” “Gattis is bad right now.” “that ball was murdered” ********* Fredi. and Ayala, too.” “Why is Ike Davis so good against the Braves and why was Ayala still in the game?” “That was pretty impressive right there.” “Somewhere, in The Braves organization is a AAA team with Ayala’s name on it.” “This guy kills me…How in the holy hell has LaTroy “Freakin” Hawkins stayed in the league sooooooo long?” “this is horse ******* “Man Hawkins never ages” “In Yoda years”   The post You Mad, Bro? “The Wheeler Of Fortune” appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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