Wednesday, July 25, 2007

That's what we call an ass-whuppin'

We were doing our little happy dance in our office this afternoon, and it wasn't just because we watched the Jays (as best as you can on GameDay) tie a team record with 11 runs in the 6th en route to a 13-1 ass-smacking of the Twins.

It also had to do with seeing these two magical records show up in a Jays boxscore for the second time this week: CS. (It looks a bit like this: "CS - N Punto (5, 2nd base by J Litsch/G Zaun"...*sniff*Excuse us, but we're getting a be verklempt.)

Zaun had a monster of a game, going 3-4 with a double and a homer, 3 runs scored and 4 RsBI.

A quick question: Does 11 still count as a "crooked number"?

Millson gets his blog on: Larry Millson, who retired from the Globe and Mail after last season, seems to back in the saddle for a few days while Jeff Blair follows Barry Bonds around the continent. Larry's a fine baseball writer, and it is nice to see him posting on the Globe's Baseball Blog, as he did today.

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