Um, 24 Runs Guys?


Not Good.

It is time to state the obvious.  You can’t give up 24 runs to the Cubs in three games.  For all of you math majors out there, that’s eight runs a game.

Putrid.  Even in the only win of the series, Dillon Gee allowed four runs in an inning.

Look, I’m not going to go on a big rant here.  The weather sucked, your owner kicked you in the mommy-daddy button, and somehow last year’s best starter hurt his heel in the third inning just when it looked like he had turned a corner.  It’s a rough combination to deal with.

This is the only pass I am giving you this season.  It’s time to man up and give us a better effort.

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4 Responses to “Um, 24 Runs Guys?”

  1. Tom Says:

    Hey dummy,

    Don’t you know how many cool things the number 24 has going for it? Allow me.

    - It is an even number divisible by 1,2,3,4,6,8, 12, and….24! > most of which are pretty sweet numbers I’d say.
    - the shot clock in the NBA is 24 seconds. Do you not appreciate Kevin Durant and Dirk Nowitzki? Psht.
    - 24 is the number of wins the Mets will have some time in the future.
    - 24 hours in a day. Do you not like days? Are you an anti-dayist?

    I await your email response.

  2. Jason Says:

    My email is broken sir so I will have to respond here.

    You forgot that it is also 3 touchdowns and a field goal in football.

    With all due respect, it is also the age you will be when you get your GED.

  3. Tom Says:

    You may win this time, but it’s only 2 hours, 12 minutes until Friday!

  4. Jason Says:

    Is that ICarly?!

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