Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Post-Game 22 Thread: Hats Off

GIANTS 9, DODGERS 4

It wasn't as close as the score looks...and the score wasn't close! And nothing but respect for Tim Lincecum. Dude's nasty.

UPDATE: Here's another thing that wasn't as close as the score looks: Juan Pierre, trying to catch up with a Bengie Molina hit that ended up becoming a triple--his fifth such hit in 12 seasons--for the rotund Giant. Don't even get me started on the noodle arm's "throws" back to the infield, which have the strange power to miss cut-off men despite the fact they bounce twenty times toward the plate.

Lincecum: AP photo; Pierre: Jeff Chiu/AP

9 comments:

Nic j said...

Hello yankees,

Dont you think Tim Lincecum would look nice in pinstripes?

please.

Nic j said...

Sorry sax cant meet up on 5/4, working.

Hey im sort of new to this site, do we ever a sons meet up night or anything?

Steve Sax said...

We haven't had a Sons night yet, but keep watching--we may have one soon. I'm sure we'll get out there more than once this homestand...

Nic j said...

cool im going to try and make it out to a few games during these eleven also.

Neeebs said...

If you do have a SOSG Night at the ballgame, everyone should be required to wear an Ed Hardy T-Shirt just to watch Orel squirm.

Fred's Brim said...

haha nice, Neeebs, maybe a Von Dutch trucker cap too?

karina said...

If you do wear such hideous articles of clothing, i want to see photographic evidence of it!

Nic j, as the guest fashion police here, i'd say Lincecum would look great on pinstripes or any uniform in the American League.

Fred's Brim said...

This is a fashion risk, but i think it works for him

Alireza said...

The Giants will pay what it takes to keep a guy like Lincecum. They have the market, the revenue and the park to do it. Even with as bad a team as they had last year, the Giants still drew nearly 3 million fans to their overpriced park.