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article imageDeep Thoughts on the Toronto Blue Jays

By Nawest Vazquez     Apr 14, 2009 in Sports
The Toronto Blue Jays continue to impress. Leading the charge is none other than uber-rookie Travis Snider, only 21 years old.
Travis Snider's two home runs last night, also known as moon shots, are still on their way to Winnipeg from Minnesota. I'm sure my good friends Dave and The Ack will let me know when they arrive. The baseball world is beginning to take notice of Sniderman. You know what I love about him? His home run trot. Stay classy, young man ...
One through six in the order (Scutaro, Hill, Rios, Wells, Lind and Rolen), no Toronto Blue Jay is batting less than .300. That Cito Gaston guy can really put together a lineup, eh? ...
Speaking of Marco Scutaro, he leads the league in runs scored and can be the starting shortstop, and leadoff hitter, on my team any day of the week. Viva Scutaro. Viva Venuezela ...
B.J. Ryan threw 12 pitches yesterday; eleven for strikes. That's the B.J. we know. The B.J. we love. And I'm sure Brad Arnsberg had something to do with it. "In Arnsberg We Trust" ...
Kevin SLOWey certainly lived up to his name last night, didn't he? Jeez ...
I know Jesse Litsch's injury is forearm related but, seriously, would it have killed him to come into camp pink and efficient, but a little less rotund? I'm already feeling like he took his opportunity in 2009 for granted ...
In last night's eighth inning, Scott Downs allowed a leadoff double, and followed with a wild pitch. With none out and a man on third base, he proceeded to strike out the side, like the uber set-up man he is. Did you enjoy his tiny display of emotion after the fact? I sure as hell did. I heart Snakeface. What a hero ...
The Jays are in first place. The Boston Red Sox are in the basement. You're damned right I'm enjoying this ...
Pennant!
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