Oct
16

Shorty McSlappy

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Your wish is our command. Submitted for your approval, it’s Shorty McSlappy, the Red Sox second baseman. This photo comes to us courtesy of The Boston Globe. The Red Sox and their fans should never complain about A-Rod‘s 2004 ALCS play again.

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Categories : Playoffs

10 Comments»

  1. Carson says:

    Haha, this is perfect. Thanks, Ben!

    NoMaas has one up too: http://www.nomaas.org/

  2. kris says:

    I am putting this picture in my wallpaper rotation.

  3. ansky says:

    I guess bostons run quasi-drought doesn’t have me feeling too bad about our offensive woes in the alds

  4. E-ROC says:

    “OK, you’ve probably heard too much already about those infamous sacrifice flies of Cleveland, the mighty midges that, unlike almost all AL hitters, knocked Yankees phenom Joba Chamberlain off his game. But this is too good not to pass on: When the bugs started swarming Chamberlain, a local insect expert in Cleveland telephoned the Indians with an urgent message — those bugs are called midges, and whatever you do, do NOT use insect repellent; midges are attracted to the stuff. The Yankees practically bathed in bug spray; the more Chamberlain put on, the more the bugs swarmed him. So there you go. The Yankees can spend $190 million on payroll and still leave a blatant weakness: no, not their middle relief — their lack of an entymology expert.” –Tom Verducci

    They failed to tell anybody!!

  5. E-ROC says:

    Tom Verducci from SI.com

  6. RF Bleachers says:

    Does someone know how to photoshop a purse onto the picture like the one with A-Rod that became well-known? I would love to have that as a wallpaper.

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