What? We was just playin'. Hey, I'm Manny!
I hate my life.
I hate my life.
Today, I attended the return of Jake Peavy to Petco Park. Jake pitched 6 scoreless innings and looked really good. And, get this, Brian Giles hit a 3 run home run! After Khalil Green hit a home run last night! Will wonders never cease?
In other news, the Padres neglected to make my day and show the totally awesome Heath Bell/300 mash-up on the Jumbotron (someone needs to put that sucker on youtube). I guess I'll have to be content with a 9-0 win.
Feel the momentum, baby. Go Padres! Overtake the Giants for third place!
Trashing the league? $25,000. Speaking the truth? Priceless.
It's been a while, but we are back with all the Eric Weddle news and updates you can handle. Some of the overall team and player ratings have been released for the Madden '09 game (via PastaPadre.com), and things are pretty jam-packed at the top with the Patriots a 97 overall, the Cowboys second at 96 (WTF?), and the Chargers and Colts both at 95. But all we really care about here is Eric Weddle. How does his Madden rating stack up against other players at his position?
With an overall 79 rating, E-Weezy is placed in the middle of the pack of free safeties, behind the likes of Chris Hope and Brian Russell. However, as a first year starter, look for E-Dubs to raise his stock throughout the season and be more highly rated once the in season ratings updates are available for download.
In addition, here are some rookie ratings of note:
Welcome back everyone. Today's crotch shot involves the so-called "Best Game Ever" described as follows on Youtube:
"Two people face off on opposite sides of a basketball court. One must stand still while the other gets a free shot with a volleyball at their, uh, you know. After each throw, you take a step closer. First one to give up loses."
Posted by Dave Harrington at 12:01 AM