Posted: 22 April 2012 in Uncategorized
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Right-handed pitcher Philip Humber threw a perfect game, the twenty-first in major league baseball history, in a 4-0 White Sox victory over the Seattle Mariners.

Yesterday will also be remembered as the Boston massacre.

A perfect game and a perfect day. . .

  1. Bruce says:

    shove it, David.

  2. David F. Ruccio says:

    Uh, oh, some fan of the Carmines is angry. . .

    • Bruce says:

      angry? No, that’s too one-dimensional. Think of it as a regular reader who thinks that was a tacky, graceless slur. Be a fan, don’t be an asshole.

  3. David F. Ruccio says:

    OK, I promise, no more mentions of any team that is now 7-10 and firmly in the cellar.

  4. Bruce says:

    Let me be the first to congratulate the White Sox on their current winning streak.

    Schdenfreude is for losers.

  5. David F. Ruccio says:

    Gratuitous (after beating the Pale Hose 3 out of 4) is all I can say. We’ll see how generous you are tomorrow, when (in a very different sport) my Red Devils play the rich upstarts from across town.

  6. Bruce says:

    Speaking of perfect….

    From the Boston Globe, Fri., Nov 1:

    [Jonny] Gomes was asked what he would say to President Obama when the Red Sox visit the White House.

    “I’m going to tell him he needs to throw that White Sox hat away and put on a Red Sox hat if he wants to be a champion,” Gomes said.

    Thank you, Jonny.

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