photo by Samara Pearlstein
Well, that was terrible.
~*~Who was terrible today?~*~
Bondo was terrible! Four innings, nine hits, ten runs (eight earned). One hilariously bad pickoff throw error, a ball that actually skipped under the runner’s armpit. Ha HA! Spork me in the eye! He unraveled the second time through the lineup, and when the errors started kicking in. I don’t know if I want to hope that it was all mental, or hope that it was mechanical. Either way we’re bricked!
Brad Thomas was terrible! Sure, the box score says he gave up one run in three innings, but that is a lie Lie LIE! He came in with the bases loaded, and all of those runners scored. All of them. I’m pretty sure there was no grand slam but beyond that I don’t really know what happened, because I had stopped paying attention and was trying to draw a cartoon of Jonathan Papelbon’s face. It’s harder than you would think.
Gerald Laird and Scott Sizemore were terrible! Laird did hit a double, and Sizemore did have an RBI, but they also both had ERRORS, and those errors were instrumental in the disintegration of all things Tiger-good in the game. WHAT ARE A DEFENSE? HOW TO HOLD BASE BALL? WHERE IS GLOVE?
Adam Everett was terrible! He was 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. He was the only player on the team to go 0-for-4 today. The two Ks were just the spiky, terrible cherries on top of the terrible sundae.
‘Most everyone was awful! Whatever, I am just disgusted with this game. Why did I stay up to watch this entire mess? Oh right, because I’m insane and shouldn’t be trusted with TV remotes. I could kill someone with one of those things in a fit of madness. You just never know.
Not terrible: Austin Jackson, Miguel Cabrera, Eddie Bonine. Everyone else can go to