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The Sacrifice Bunt Theme Song

November 25th, 2008 by Melvin

It is a well known fact that writers who regularly cite equivalent average, Pythagorean record, and major league equivalences are known as “dope” and “super rad” by hip urban youth.

In order to cement our image of popularity in the eyes of the Dragonball Z fan club, where the hip urban youth hang out, naturally, we are excited to announce The Sacrifice Bunt Theme Song. It will now play automatically every time our site is loaded.

Don’t worry, we’re well aware autoplaying music never gets old.

Warning, there is swearing. Yes, we also wish swearing was illegal.

Smack by Zion I and The Grouch.

We make pesos
Plus we do want we want
Rather swing for the fence than go for the bunt

Protip: Listen for references of blogging and free agency as well.

P.S. Who in San Diego isn’t depressed after that Chargers loss to Baltimore? This photo of LaDanian is the only good thing to come out of it.

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2 Responses to “The Sacrifice Bunt Theme Song”

  1. Fred in SD says:

    Hey, any truth to the rumor that Towers may send Adrian Gonzalez to the Nationals for Lastings Milledge, Nick Johnson and cash?

  2. Not in a million years.

    After thinking about it a bit, Nick Johnson and his OBP does seem like the kind of player the Padres might be interested in. But only if they wanted to move Adrian, which they don’t, and if they didn’t have two other potential first basemen in Kyle Blanks and Allan Dykstra. Plus, Nick’s contract is up in 2009, and the Padres are looking for players to help in the long term, the next 4-6 years.

    And while the Padres don’t have an ideal center fielder for 2009, Lastings Milledge isn’t enough of an improvement over Jody Gerut and Will Venable to make a trade worth their while.

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