Thursday, July 26, 2007

Kill The Ump! (or PRAISE JESUS!)

Hunter Wendelstedt is a stupid fat sack of crap.

My pet theory: He's hungover. He was cranky and irritable from the first pitch. He probably was tired after a long game last night, had too many to drink, then showed up in a hot day game with a throbbing headache and the sweats. We should be happy the fat bastard didn't puke all over the field... yet.

  • Here's video of the ejection (Thanks to the usually slumbering Nasty Nats!)


  • Is this a graph of the Nats chances of winning or the Dow?


    • Chris,
      For those of us who can't watch live, did Manny get tossed because the bench had been previously warned or did he actually come out and bring some Latin Heat to the fat bastard???
      I really hope it's the latter.

      By Blogger Rob B, at 7/26/2007 2:49 PM  

    • I'm just listening to the game... seemed like more of the latter.

      there wasn't a warning given, and Wendlestedt has been fat, drunk, and pissy all day.

      By Blogger Chris Needham, at 7/26/2007 2:53 PM  

    • you think hunter's a fat sack of crap, you shoulda seen his poppa, harry!

      By Blogger DCPowerGator, at 7/26/2007 3:33 PM  

    • You can watch both HBP's and John get tossed on already. And listen to the phils' announcers...they make about 3 good points why he shouldn't have been thrown out.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 3:47 PM  

    • PRAISE JESUS!!!!! do it for johnny!

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 4:03 PM  

    • Looks like the troops are rallying around Lannan and Manny. Go Nats.

      By Blogger kyle, at 7/26/2007 4:09 PM  

    • Any pitcher who spends his debut getting thrown out for plunking Phillies receives immediate kudos. I wish he coulda landed one right in the middle of Rowand's lame goatee.

      By Blogger Bobtimist Prime, at 7/26/2007 4:17 PM  

    • My god, was the look on Lannan's face ever pitiful. Even the hometown announcers didn't like it the call. What a tool.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 4:56 PM  

    • Apparently, Utley broke his hand on the HBP.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 6:11 PM  

    • I just saw that!


      By Blogger Chris Needham, at 7/26/2007 6:12 PM  

    • If you think having your Single-A trash hurler tossed a little early is bad, imagine how we Phillies fans feel about losing a kid who may very well have been this year's NL MVP. Unlike Utley, Lannan's season isn't over so get the hell over your pissy selves...

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 6:16 PM  

    • Hey, he's at LEAST a Double-A trash hurler.

      I like Utley a lot, and I am sad to see he's out. Philly's had one bad break after another all year long.

      By Blogger Chris Needham, at 7/26/2007 6:19 PM  

    • Very sorry for Utley. It's a shame he had to pay for the negative karma invoked by Wendelstedt and Phillie fans.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 6:37 PM  

    • Lannan's expression during the first shot of him was priceless.

      And, oh yeah, sorry about Utley. Next time, you guys can throw at Langerhans or something.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 9:01 PM  

    • So how much in gambling debts do you guys suppose Wendlestedt owes the Gambino family?

      MLB should investigate his fat ass for such disgraceful behavior.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/26/2007 9:17 PM  

    • Real easy to talk big behind the Anonymous tag, too...

      By Blogger Rocket1124, at 7/26/2007 10:20 PM  

    • Lannan plunked the Phillie's two hottest hitters, in sequence, an inning after they burned him. In the process, he ruined Utley's outside chance at an MVP, and the Phillie's outside chance at the playoffs. Of course he should be ejected.

      His next return to philly should be interesting

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/27/2007 12:03 AM  

    • Shit happens. That's baseball. Doesn't mean it's intentional, and it's not the ump's job to make the Phillies feel better about a bad break (no pun intended) - which he couldn't have known about at the time.

      By Blogger Rocket1124, at 7/27/2007 5:01 AM  

    • A kid's making his major league debut. He's scared shitless against those two and lost control. Utley gets hit every other game.

      Put the two together, and bad things happen.

      By Blogger Chris Needham, at 7/27/2007 8:38 AM  

    • Before you begin to feel sorry for Utley, remember: He didn't try to get out of the way of the pitch and he leads the majors in being hbp.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/27/2007 9:27 AM  

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