Just a bit outside
Yo someone dangled a Twinkie at Bartolo Colon again. 

Yo someone dangled a Twinkie at Bartolo Colon again. 

Nietzsche was so intelligent and advanced. And that’s how I am. I’m the black, basketball-playing Nietzsche. Shaquille O’Neal (via vincecarters)

(via miasannba)

Uh, oh. Is he using again? Does Jim Irsay know he’s not in the club when he made it rain $100 bills? Either way he’s bought his fans’ love in training camp Monday (he never needed to ask for forgiveness for getting high. He needs to give hundreds and hundreds of uh, apologies, to those on the road when he got caught driving while impaired). Will Roger Goodell’s love (and forgiveness) follow?

Uh, oh. Is he using again? Does Jim Irsay know he’s not in the club when he made it rain $100 bills? Either way he’s bought his fans’ love in training camp Monday (he never needed to ask for forgiveness for getting high. He needs to give hundreds and hundreds of uh, apologies, to those on the road when he got caught driving while impaired). Will Roger Goodell’s love (and forgiveness) follow?

Aside from a run-in with Atlanta C Evan Gattis (HR, two RBI), former Astros OF Jason Lane’s MLB comeback is complete.
Before Monday’s early start, Lane returned to San Diego this season, pitching a little over four innings , with four strikeouts and one hit. He struck out two, scattered six hits and allowed one earned run on a solo shot by Gattis in 6.0 innings of work. He lost to Atlanta RHP Ervin Santana, who struck out 11 batters and has been a MLB starter since Lane left the game as an outfielder seven seasons ago.  
Lane, 37, last played for the Padres in 2007, as a position player. He hit 24 home runs with 34 doubles as a 28-year-old for the Houston Astros in 2005. The Astros sold Lane to San Diego for money. 

Aside from a run-in with Atlanta C Evan Gattis (HR, two RBI), former Astros OF Jason Lane’s MLB comeback is complete.

Before Monday’s early start, Lane returned to San Diego this season, pitching a little over four innings , with four strikeouts and one hit. He struck out two, scattered six hits and allowed one earned run on a solo shot by Gattis in 6.0 innings of work. He lost to Atlanta RHP Ervin Santana, who struck out 11 batters and has been a MLB starter since Lane left the game as an outfielder seven seasons ago.  

Lane, 37, last played for the Padres in 2007, as a position player. He hit 24 home runs with 34 doubles as a 28-year-old for the Houston Astros in 2005. The Astros sold Lane to San Diego for money. 

Look Ma! No gloves, with his eyes closed!

Look Ma! No gloves, with his eyes closed!

diamondvisiondude:

Jason Lane started for the Padres today.

I’m not sure if I should SMH at the Padres first or celebrate the fact that Jason Lane successfully made it back as a pitcher. Both are valid feelings.

Barry Bump N Grind Bonds

Barry Bump N Grind Bonds