Well, at least it's not a .gif
+1 how embarrassing to forget about last year. I definitely overlooked that due to my personal bias (he's a DH, Sox-Cards is such a tired matchup nowadays). His OPS was actually 1.948 hitting .688! I'm just much more impressed with Bumgarner pitching 3 games against a red hot team, giving up 1 run, getting 2 wins on the road, and shutting them down in game 7 on limited rest.
Regardless of the outcome, Bumgarner has had the best World Series performance by any player at least in my near quarter century of life. Any other players come to close to this?
I think they're out of magic
He's throwing in the pen!
Yes but who knows how serious they are about it. I think the Giants have a good enough bullpen to finish things out. I think the media was having fun with it.
Whew sweet glove toss
I love the strategery of a game 7
I kinda think that pitch caught him where the condyle of the femur is (or at least starting to form) so less fat and muscle in the way. Ouch!
I'm a Braves fan so ideally Hudson pitches well and the bullpen blows it for him.
lots of pie
You are right, I did like what they called their "iced out" look.
hahaha nicely done, Walt. Godzillibuck!
I like the helmet idea and look forward to seeing it in action but the Aggies unis have been trash since they switched to the SEC.
Here's another angle showing the initial explosion and the rocket plummeting back down:
Yeah, they clearly didn't try very hard (at all) to get the police involved. I bet they were relieved when the cop said something that they could interpret as "what do you want us to do?"
I like how the Royals wanted Marlins Man out from behind the plate and then a Giants fan is right there instead with his buddies.
The DP Show is awesome. Highly Questionable is also a favorite of mine.
These are always fun. Thanks for sharing!
They were definitely going to Happy Valley. The weekend for the Browns game was cancelled and then rescheduled a few weeks ago, I'm pretty sure.
And yes, they've done double duty before but those were home games. The one that sticks out in my mind was waking up at 5AM to go down to Cincinnati wearing my soggy uniform the day after we shutout Illinois in the rain in 2009.