• http://www.myspace.com/j_panama Jamal G.

    I can’t imagine something like that even happening. Like honestly, WTF was that? A swarm of Lake Eerie midges? I hate Cleveland.

    • http://www.blognameremoved.com Cleveland

      We hate you too Jamal.

      • LiveFromNewYork

        But Jamal does not have bugs. We’ve checked.

        Cleveland cannot say the same.

  • Casper

    Remember that time a plague of insects of biblical proportions rained down upon the Yankees during a playoff game and the team’s manager and the umpires did nothing while our phenom pitcher was swarmed and lost the game? That was awesome.

    (Chris Farley ruled… And, seriously, I don’t think I’ve ever uttered nor written a stranger sentence. And it’s true. Gahhhh.)

    • Casper

      Excellent grammar, moron. Clearly I meant a swarm of biblical proportions, not insects of biblical proportions. My command of the English language rivals Professor Farnsworth’s command of the strike zone. Zing.

      • LiveFromNewYork

        Multiple personalities much?

  • E-ROC

    ESPN would make a spoof of it. This will probably happen again. Hopefully, the midges won’t swarm the Yanks again.

    I would imagine Shelley will be promoted this weekend to face the two lefties.

  • Manimal

    They remember Joba’s odor, they WILL find him.

    • Mike P

      That’s Joba’s problem you see. Sure he’s got those three plus plus pitches, but his odour will stop him ever being a quality starter. If it weren’t for his aura coming out of the pen, his odour would have derailed his major league career…

      Heard somewhere in the ESPN broadcast center.

  • Number 27

    the two times joba’s been stopped ever it has been a result of mother nature, the only thing powerful enough to stop him..

    • LiveFromNewYork

      And as Native American he respects that.

    • ceciguante

      nah. small sample size. joba will defeat mother nature in the long run….you’ll see.