Ways to feel better about last night's game:
- Think of a Dodger fan in an ultra-competitive fantasy league who will now miss out on the $500 1st-place finish because of Noah Lowry's 1 ip, 9 er performance.
- Plan exactly how you're going to physically harm the guy in your office that makes a joke about the Rockies missing an extra point. It wasn't funny the first, second, third, or fourth time, but it does get funnier with an elbow to the groin.
- It was one step closer to never having to watch Scott Munter again. Nice guy, and the whole one-pitch gimmick isn't a problem if the pitch is good enough. But only every third sinker fits that description and he has no idea where the ball is going. There are better arms to take to the grave.
- Alright. These are a stretch. Last night's game was the worst game of the year, non-Armando division, and a serious contender for worst overall. It also came on a night the Dodgers hit back-to-back-to-back-to-back home runs to tie their game in the ninth, and then hit a two-run homer in the tenth to win it in Los Angeles. Maybe I should just post a YouTube of Kirk Gibson and call it quits.1
1 I mean, maybe I'd do that if MLB didn't have an army of temps and outsourced labor scouring the internet for anything that violates MLB copyright.
2 Hey, it could happen. The Seahawks don't seem that strong, and the rest of their schedule seems weak.