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The MLB Fan Cave Top 30 Experience: Day Two

February 23, 2013

IMG_0932Technically, I’ve been home for almost two full days. But when the week prior is full of sleep deprivation, stress, lots of travel, and busy schedules, the last thing you’re physically ready to do is write up a blog talking about said list.

I’ve caught up on sleep and am in a reflective mood, so let’s talk day two of the MLB Fan Cave trip to Arizona! If you missed the first part, you can find my recap here.

Day two started with a group bus ride to Surprise, AZ to do a couple video challenges. Little did we know what an amazing surprise we would actually get! When we arrived at the complex (it was a beauty!), we saw Rangers and Royals players taking batting practice in the cages.

Immediately, we were split into two groups to film our video challenges. I held down the fort for the men in my group, joining Royals fan Angalena Scavuzzo, Yankees fan Stephe Rodriguez, A’s fan Vanessa Demske and Blue Jays fan April Whitzman. We each shot individual 15-second promos with Sony Bloggie’s, before collaborating on a 30-second commercial for MLB.com/tickets for our mystery team (the Orioles).

Look for those finished products on MLBFanCave.com very soon! The real craziness began after we finished that challenge. I had heard rumors that George Brett was in Surprise earlier in the week, but figured he had left already. Then, wouldn’t you know it, but the Hall of Famer himself walks up to our group in full Royals gear and shakes everyone’s hand before going back to the scrimmage.

The fact that this 2013 MLB Fan Cave journey has already allowed me to shake hands with and speak to Tommy Lasorda and George Brett is an absolute dream come true. It keeps me grounded as the anticipation swells for the Cave Dwellers to be announced, that even if I don’t make it, nothing will change the experience I’ve had.

After meeting George, we headed down to the field itself and met up with current Royals outfielders Jeff Francoeur and Alex Gordon. The Royals are kind of my fan-crush team of the year (the team I not-so-secretly root for when the Dodgers aren’t involved — I picked them to win an A.L. Wild Card this season!), so it was amazing to interact with two of their most notable hitters.

I can’t tell you what we filmed or many details about the rest of the day in Surprise, because, well…it’s a surprise. That production should be on MLBFanCave.com fairly soon as well. I can tell you that George Brett, Francoeur, and Gordon were three of the coolest dudes I’ve ever met. Gordon was more soft-spoken, but clearly very confident in himself. Francoeur, or “Frenchie,” is an absolute goofball. We had a good time chatting about Bacon Tuesday in Oakland and how the rightfield bleacher creatures at o.Co Coliseum love him more than their own.

I took pictures with both of them, including this gem that spread like wildfire through the Fan Cave social media pages:

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Yes, I can forever claim to be the guy who got photo-boomed (get it?) by a Hall of Famer. I’m honored! After the dream of an afternoon ended, we hopped back on the Fan Cave bus and rode it to the hotel in Phoenix. Many of the contestants were able to relax, take naps, and hit up the hotel happy hour before our last event. But I still had a panel interview on the itinerary, meaning I had to update you all on social media and then get to mentally preparing myself for one of the most important aspects of the week.

The panel interview is like any other job interview — except that everyone there has close ties to the top of the top in Major League Baseball. And there are at lest 10 of them there. And you’re in a chair in the middle of the round, surrounded by them. And you have no idea what they will ask and how they will react to what you answer.

Honestly, I didn’t get very nervous for this part of the process, because I’ve been through so many job interviews in so many industries before. It was a little bit intimidating that one person was firing questions while the rest watched and/or took notes. The anticipation of knowing what was on their notepads was killing me!

Without fully disclosing everything that was said in that room, I can tell you that I was asked a lot about my writing, my girlfriend, and a couple of questions related to personal experiences (i.e. “What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?”).

All in all, I came out of the room feeling good, though I was disturbed at the simplicity of the questions they asked me. As I look back today, I was likely just over thinking every last detail, but I still worry that they couldn’t figure out a unique aspect of my story to grab onto, hence the unmemorable interview questions. That could be a killer in the end, but when looking at my body of work as a whole in Arizona, I still consider myself a very strong candidate.

After that interview, the tough part was over. I went back to my room, got dressed up for a night at Lucky Strike downtown, and met everyone in the lobby about 45 minutes later. I must say, we all looked fantastic in our best business-casual comfort clothes.

The party at Lucky Strike was fabulous. We had endless, catered food that was all delicious, an open bar, and a chance to party with our fellow contestants and mingle with the MLB executives again. I had a few really good conversations with people I hadn’t gotten to chat with enough on day one, and strengthened my bonds with a lot of the other finalists.

At the end of the night, a strange mix of relief, fear, and confusion set in as I realized the whirlwind of a trip was officially coming to an end. When we returned to the hotel, I drafted and sent a very brief, but heartfelt email to some of the MLB executives thanking them for the trip and the opportunity I was presented with.

I figured if I waited until the next morning to send the email, I might come across as a suck-up, as they were evidently discussing the finalists that day. That couldn’t be farther from the truth, though — I really just truly appreciated everything I was given and the overwhelming week compelled me to thank everyone as soon as possible. Hopefully they received and appreciated my note! IMG_0938

After a few beers in various finalists’ rooms as we all wound down and discussed travel plans for home (as well as travel plans to visit each other!), I finally crashed around 3 a.m. The trip was done. It was a resounding success, and flying back to San Francisco the next morning left me feeling upset, as I wished only to be back in the hot tub chumming it up with 29 of the coolest people I’ve ever met.

Now we wait for our results, less anxious than we should be. It’s hard to be nervous when you have a family of support around you and an unending Facebook group chain sharing pictures, videos and experiences from the previous few days. No matter what happens, this is a Fan Cave family. It doesn’t matter how many times it has been said, or how cliche it is, because it’s completely true.

The people, the places, the players and the challenges we faced in two short days is unrivaled. Regardless of results, this will be one helluva baseball season, as I share it with a whole new group of obsessive fans. Thank you, MLB Fan Cave!

Oh…and remember when I promised you all the secret parody video? Here it is, in all its glory:

http://mlbfancave.mlb.com/fancave/video.jsp?content_id=25607055&topic_id=19224580&fbid=AJnZFcY9hdV

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Football, Jamilton and Announcements

May 25, 2012

I swear, I’m not just talking football today out of a semi-depression that my Dodgers lost to the ASTROS yesterday. Again. With Clayton Kershaw on the mound. Sigh.

I’ll forget the fact that we have been outscored 15-1 by Houston in our last two meetings combined. And just talk about something exceptionally exciting: the San Francisco 49ers, my hometown football team. My Dodgers of the NFL.

And that they are coming off a 13-3 season that was two muffed punts away from turning into a march to the Super Bowl. And that they are better this year. And the whole top-ranked defense is back. And our rookies are going to be game-changers. And we have brand new wide receivers. And we have no Chilo Rachal. And we have a healthy (finally) Michael Crabtree, who oh by the way, put up ELITE numbers in the second half of 2011. And we have a full off-season under Jim Harbaugh (also known as God, in my circles) for the players to learn his playbook and gel even more as a team.

All I have to say about that, is watch out everyone. If there is still any doubt in a fan’s mind that the 49ers are to be taken seriously as one of two or three legitimate Super Bowl contenders at this point in the summer, said fan is insane. Or a Raiders fan. Okay, so definitely insane.

Can you tell I’m excited?

As for dominant teams and players, I’ll stray away from the Dodgers for once. Remember, they lost to the Astros last night? Yeesh.

How about the Texas Rangers? Again. They dropped 14 runs today and Nelson Cruz had 8 RBI. That’s all the attention Nelly will get from me though. I’m here to talk about their best player, and possibly the best player in baseball: Josh Hamilton.

I’m not going to heap praise on the guy, I just want to ask one simple question: Can Jamilton hit 62? After hitting one today, he’s got 19 on the season in less than 50 games. I’m no math whiz, but considering there are 162 games in a season, I’d have to say he’s on pace for approximately 60.

Who’s to say he can’t go on another ridiculous streak and bomb 8 in one week? He’s certainly got the eye, the strength and the swing to do more damage. My only problem is he hasn’t played a full season…ever? Chances are, Hamilton will miss a chunk of about 15-20 games, which could greatly hinder his home run chase.

My verdict: Hamilton goes nuts this year. But not nuts enough. I’ll give him an average well over .300, 52 homers and 145 RBI. Those numbers will earn him the MVP and two of the three Triple Crown categories. But the home run record will remain Roger Maris’.

Suck on that, Barry, Mark and Sammy.

Last on the agenda today, a sad announcement. Jam Shots will be moving to a weekly format, instead of daily. I’ve been writing this (almost) daily since January 23rd, a span of 130 days by the end of this month. This is my 113th post, out of 125 days.

I’m impressed with myself. That’s like…like…a .900 batting average! Unheard of! Incredible! Hall of Fame worthy!

Alas, I can’t keep up. I’m hanging up my keyboard and going into more of a player/manager role. I do anticipate a couple of things: my weekly blogs will be even MORE epic. And, I get to also post weekly on my old blog, Jamblin’ Man! That one won’t be about sports, so 90 percent of my audience will actually read them. If you like my sports, stick with Jam Shots. Otherwise, be ready for the revival of an old friend.

And there will just be so much more room for activities.

Jam Shots will be strictly for sports, posted once a week. Jamblin’ Man will show off my freelance writing SKILLZ, with just thoughts, ramblings, poetry, travel writing, creative writing and everything in between. And of course…that will be posted once a week as well.

Thanks to everyone who has clicked my silly links every day in 2012, and hopefully, when June rolls around and this baby goes weekly, you’ll stick with me and continue to read.

Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @Jamblinman!

DOUBLE HEADER TIME!

April 21, 2012

We’ve got a doozy today, folks. A Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers double header. The two best A.L. teams thus far in 2012 and the two favorites for the A.L. pennant. We’ve got reigning Cy Young and MVP winner Justin Verlander on the hill for one of the games, and Matt Harrison, he of a sub-1.00 ERA for the Rangers as well.

And do I really have to tell you about the two offenses? If the answer is yes…well…time to get out from under your rock.

Here are my predictions for today’s double header:

Game 1 is actually already in the books. And I say that because Harrison is not gonna allow ten runs. Which is one more than what the Rangers have already scored through two innings. Yes, they are up 9-0 in the second inning. Josh Hamilton went deep AGAIN, so he’s now got 6 on the season.

The only thing I can really predict is how many runs Texas will finish with. And that number is…16. I think they win 16-2. BOOM.

Game 2 should be different, as Verlander is pitching. But this IS the Rangers. It seems that in double headers, the team that scores a ton of runs in one game, can’t continue the pace in game two. That’s also assuming said team doesn’t have nine all-stars in its lineup. If any team is capable of two crooked numbers in one day, it’s the Rangers.

This might be a surprise to you, but I’m taking the Rangers in a sweep. Why? Logic. The Tigers have a great offense, but the Rangers is better. I think they can scrape together a couple runs off Verlander, and I think Neftali Feliz will baffle Prince Fielder, Miguel Cabrera and company.

Give me Texas in a sweep, combined score of 20-3. Ouch.

Lunch time here in Florida. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow!

Follow me on Twitter @Jamblinman.

1st-Place Teams So Far

April 20, 2012

Well, folks…we’re 13 games into the 2012 regular season. If you didn’t notice, some crazy things are happening. For example, the Orioles are doing it again – leading the AL East early. And there’s anarchy in L.A. – The Dodgers are in first by three games and the Angels…well, the Angels are paying Albert Pujols nine figures; one for each loss.

There are six divisions, so six first place teams, so six things for me to talk about:

AL East:

Really? The Baltimore Orioles? One of four teams I figured would have a legitimate shot at losing 95 games this year?

I know what you’re thinking. Is it for real? Well, put simply, no. Expect this division to be flipped by next month. It’s just one of those random hot streaks paired with some poor play by division favorites. Four of the five teams are within 1.5 games already, and the Red Sox being in dead last will change soon.

The A.L. East will still finish Yankees, Red Sox, Rays, Blue Jays, Orioles.

AL Central:

Detroit Tigers…obviously, bro. They haven’t disappointed, coming out of the gates hot and laying the smack down on the Red Sox to open the season.

One team I’m disappointed with so far is the Kansas City Royals. I am very bromantic about guys like Billy Butler, Eric Hosmer and Luke Hochevar. I’m not too worried about the Royals climbing back into contention, but will it be too late?

The Tigers are leading the Central and that won’t change anytime soon. The order will be: Tigers, Royals, Indians, Twins, White Sox.

AL West:

The Rangers are 11-2, have a 4.5 game lead in the division and the best record in baseball. Where have we seen this story before? Texas might be even better than the last two seasons. That’s terrifying.

The A’s and Mariners are both 7-7 and have played each other about 14 times in 2012. Or so it seems. How about the poor A’s having to face Felix Hernandez THRICE already? Ouch. Am I worried about the Angels? No, but thanks for asking. Let them figure it out and talk to me in a month when they are alone in second place, hot on the Rangers trail.

Despite how incredible Bartolo Colon is, the A’s are still a last-place team. They could lose 100 games. So, the division order will still be Angels, Rangers, Mariners, A’s.

NL East:

Told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, told ya so, TOLD YA SO. Suck it. The Nationals are in first place with a 10-4 record. And Mike Morse hasn’t even played one game yet.

You have to love seeing the Phillies in last place, a game under .500, despite the ridiculous pitching staff. They are really hurting for offense. When are Ryan Howard and Chase Utley coming back again? The Braves have bounced back impressively from an opening weekend sweep at the hands of the Mets. Speaking of the other New York team, they have started to fall back down to Earth a little bit.

Expect the result to stick: Nationals in first, then Philly, Miami, Atlanta, and New York.

NL Central:

Isn’t it cliche these days to say the Cardinals are in first? Well the word “cliche” makes me feel fancy. And I like that. So, the Cardinals are in first. Again.

They have a three-game lead and have by far looked like the most complete team in the division. I still think it’s going to be Cincinnati at the end, but the more I see Milwaukee and Pittsburgh play, the less impressed I’ve been. Ryan Braun just went 0-12 with a ton of strikeouts in three games against the Dodgers. But one guy who IS having success if Carlos Beltran in St. Louis. He has five more home runs than Albert Pujols in L.A. Oh, and Beltran has five homers total. Sooo…do the math.

This division will eventually be: Reds, Cardinals, Brewers, Pirates, Cubs, Astros

NL West:

*Coughs*. *Makes throat sounds suggesting “hey look at this”*. *Winks*. Allllll that nonsense can only mean one thing. My Los Angeles Dodgers are sitting pretty atop the NL West. And it feels so good.

Is it real? Well, biases aside…this is one of the greatest rosters ever assembled in any sport in the history of the universe. And yes, they can continue this success into the postseason. It’s not just Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw this season. In fact, Kershaw hasn’t even gotten warmed up yet. But Andre Ethier is raking, Juan Rivera is driving in runs like nobody’s business, and the rest of the rotation has done wonders. Oh, right. There are four other teams in the West. But…whatever.

The only division I’ll change my order in: Diamondbacks, Dodgers, Giants, Rockies, Padres

Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @Jamblinman!

Debut Battle: C.J. Wilson vs. Yu Darvish

April 9, 2012

We have two A.L. West pitchers making debuts with their new teams today. In Arlington, it’s the Japanese sensation, Yu Darvish, making his first official start in America (against Ichiro’s Seattle Mariners, no less). And the Angels will throw their big off-season acquisition C.J. Wilson against the Twins.

So, who will do it better today?

I feel that this is an even playing field seeing that both are facing bad offenses. Although, Darvish does have the benefit of playing in front of a home crowd.

My gut is telling me Wilson will have a better game. Partially because he put up stellar numbers last year as a member of the Rangers in the regular season. He has a really electric fastball from the left side and can break you off, too.

Darvish has a full arsenal of pitches at his disposable as well, but he’s unproven outside of Japan. He got hit hard by a couple Padres in Spring Training, which is never a good sign. Still, I’m expecting a quality start out of Darvish.

I just think Wilson will put up a GREAT start today. My predictions are as follows:

Wilson (LA): 7.2 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 8 K, 1 BB

Darvish (TEX): 6.1 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 5 K, 2 BB

Both teams will win. But in the battle of newly-inked aces, Wilson gets the nod today!

Yu WISH Yu Could Podcast Like This

March 12, 2012

If Yu follow this blog, Yu know how liberally I Yuse puns. This is just pun overload today. But really, it’s a secret plug for the best-kept-secret in the podcast business, Three Up, Three Down!

We finished our second episode last night and it’s been live for a couple hours today. Just to recap, we talked a lot about our normal divisional news and then hit the big topic – Yu Darvish and Yeonis Cespedes. Imported players making MLB debuts and absolutely dazzling, to say the least.

And for the first time in 3u3d history, we actually catered to our namesake. We had our first “Three Up” and “Three Down” – three songs we would love to hear Yu Darvish warm up to in Arlington, and three songs we definitely don’t want to hear him warm up to.

That segment alone is worth listening. But the rest of the time was filled with a lot of great banter, analysis and a damn good time talking baseball. If Yu are like us, and impatiently awaiting Opening Day, then grab a half hour, a cold beer and your compYUter.

Because downloading or streaming the Three Up, Three Down podcast is as easy as 1-Yu-3. I can’t stop! I won’t stop!

So far, the re-vYUs have been nothing but golden for the podcast, and we’re still pushing our Facebook page and blog on everyone who will listen. Additionally, we can be followed on Twitter @3u3d. Here is the link for the podcast, or if you’re feeling especially awesome, you can search for “Three Up, Three Down” in the podcasts section of iYunes (is that one a copyright infringement? Yoops…)!

Once Yu decide that Yu love the podcast as much as we do, feel free to shoot us a congratulatory email at 3u3dbaseball@gmail.com. Yune in for Episode 3 next week, and until then…listen close! We wouldn’t Yu to miss anything.

Three Up, Three Down Premieres Tonight!

March 4, 2012

Hello fellow baseball lovers! Today is a big day! Because later this evening, myself and five other MLB Fan Cave candidates who didn’t quite make the cut are recording our inaugural podcast episode of Three Up, Three Down!

Each one of us represents one of the divisions. I’m a Dodger fan, so I’ll be the NL West extraordinaire. And my lovely co-hosts will be:

Kurt Peter (affectionately known as KP) – Brewers/NL Central

Bryan Mapes (surname only, please) – Braves/NL East

Brian Boynton (responds to Brian and RangerfanBrian) – Rangers/AL West

Angelo Fileccia (or Godfather, if you will) – Tigers/AL Central

Abby Mollenhauer (AbbyMo we want some Mo we want some Mo!) – Yankees/AL East

And while we won’t have Denzel as a guest quite yet, I’m not going to completely shut out that possibility. Because when you put six motivated, knowledgeable and passionate baseball fans into one podcast all about America’s pasttime…impossible is nothing.

Our podcast is going to be epic, there is no question about that. And tonight will be the first step towards glory – just stay tuned for updates on where you can listen to it. And when you become mesmerized by our collective genius, put 3u3d on your calendar for every week.

The basic format, as it stands now, is that we will each take time to discuss the biggest stories from our respective divisions. Then the entire group will jump into a more general baseball discussion. And don’t worry, the Three Up, Three Down moniker has a purpose (and an awesome logo, being revealed soon). We will also work in a segment with three hot hitters/three cold hitters, three fantasy pick ups/three fantasy drops, etc.

For now, you can take my word that this podcast is going to rock. And what can you do, other than tune in and listen? How about following @3u3d on Twitter to get all the updates you’ll ever need? Or maybe like the 3u3d Facebook page!

And did you notice how I linked in the six hosts’ Twitter handles up there? Now would be a good time to click, follow and love us. Baseball season is in full swing (puns aplenty, just wait until we’re on the airwaves), and with it comes a gritty, funny, informative podcast about the sport we all love.

I’m excited. You should be too. Remember to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook and to LISTEN to the first episode, set to debut for your auditory pleasure in the next 48 hours.

And I (hold it…) Will Always Love You (hold this one too…)

February 12, 2012

Believe it or not, Whitney Houston does merit a mention in a sports blog. Not simply because she was an incredible singer whose musical legacy demands I pay her respects (R.I.P. Whitney), but because she’s connected to the sport of baseball. At least for me. If you’re confused, grab a comfy seat and a blanket, sit back and let me tell you about the most embarrassing moment of my life.

If I don’t regularly make this clear, I’m a Dodgers fan. A big ol’ fat Dodgers fan. So naturally, I hate the Giants. So, naturally, when the Giants somehow lucked their way to the World Series in 2010, I was rooting for the Rangers. My friend decided she would root for the Giants, just to piss me off (it worked). In a fit of furor, I decided to bet her that the Rangers would win. I know I lost. No need to remind me.

See, the most unfortunate part, was the wager said winner picked a karaoke song for loser to sing on Taco Tuesday. She picked I Will Always Love You by Whitney. Personally, I thought I spit a killer rendition. Then I watched the video. I’m sure if you hunt deep enough into the layers of Facebook, you could find the documented proof. Please don’t. I’ll tell ya what, I’ve never hated the Giants more than when they forced me to vocally embarrass myself in front of hundreds of fellow drunk college students.

That’s my story. And I’m blushing now, thanks. Let’s move on.

So I’m breaking my promise. Again. Football time! I just can’t ignore two things in off-season football news. First, when another player makes fun of Tony Romo. Who doesn’t love that? Second, when I see a story suggesting blasphemy like this. The original link on Yahoo! Sports said “Romo a Hall of Famer?” I nearly lost my bowels when I read that.

I love to hate on Romo. I’m not shy about it. But I don’t think he’s necessarily a bad quarterback. Mistake-prone? Sure. Annoying? Definitely. Overrated? Absolutely. A bad player? Not at all. But a mother *censored* HALL OF FAMER? Give me a break. I’m more deserving of Sexiest Man Alive than Romo is of a plaque in Canton. If Romo can win a couple rings (spoiler: he won’t), he has a shot because he certainly can rack up the passing numbers.

Unfortunately for Cowboy fans, his penchant for throwing untimely interceptions and dropping holds on kicks will haunt his legacy forever.

On to the real football. What? Seriously? Dude, I’m talking about soccer. Anyways ya doofus, check out this story about the 1978 World Cup champions, Argentina. If this proves to be true (and it certainly seems like it might be), this is just a straight slap in the face to the entire sport. And shows exactly why politics and sports mix like oil and water.

If that story made you hate soccer more than you already did, then clear the kids from the room, light a few candles and put on some Barry White. Helllllllooooo Ms. Morgan!

I leave you today with the luckiest shot in the world.

I’m outta here. I’m gonna go dance with somebody (love you Whitney).

A Contract Fit for a Prince

January 25, 2012

Hah! Get it? My title is clever. First of all, let me apologize. This post is going to be a little shorter than usual. See, I’m channeling my inner Warren Miller (R.I.P. Big Guy) and hitting up some fresh pow pow in Tahoe the next two days. Gnarly shred time, bruh!

Also, I may or may not have forgotten my laptop charger. Wich is bad because my computer is older than Newt Gingrich’s first butt lift (one point for unnecessary, abstract political attacks!). The laptop doesn’t hold a charge unless tethered to an outlet.

So I’m typing on my iPad. Which is awesome. Actually, the fact that I have one and you don’t makes me awesome. But awesome only goes so far when I have to type like a middle schooler with just pointer fingers for an entire article. Impressed? Me too.

Now that I’ve sufficiently bored you with my blabber, let’s get to the real issue at hand. Just when we had forgotten Prince Fielder existed, he up and signs a 20-year, $400 million contract in Detroit. Okay, the numbers are slightly less than that but they still are gargantuan.

What does this mean for baseball? Well, for one, the American League absolutely owns life. Their top six teams (Angels, Rangers, Tigers, Red Sox, Yankees and Rays) are so much better than anything the National League has to offer it’s just comical. Secondly, how is a 3-4 combo of Fielder and Miguel Cabrera even fair? Opposing pitchers are going to start demanding an adult diaper clause be added to future contracts.

Well, at least it will be a hell of a pennant race in 2012. Hopefully there will be a trail of dollar bills in the wreckage for those less fortunate teams to scrounge after.

And what does Fielder’s contract mean for you and me? Well, your life is still boring and meaningless, I still can’t hit a ball over 300 feet, let alone make it look cool, and we are now left to wonder if Prince is officially the richest man in Michigan. But at least I have an iPad.

I love me some baseball news so let’s keep it coming. I’m looking at you, Yeonis Cespedes! Until tomorrow, enjoy the Weird Wednesday Web Story.

Seriously? The most famous school in that entire state is the Cougars. And as a proud alum of another school with that mascot, I’m offended. At least more offended than any drunk, horny, college-frat-star-chasing soccer mom ever will be. At the very least, go with the Mountain Lions. Same shit, different name. It would still rip your freakin’ head off.

And with that image, I bid you adieu.


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