Baseball Toaster was unplugged on February 4, 2009.
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For any night owls out there...
I'm getting ESPN2 just fine. Oh, boy, Steve Phillips. Yay.
Man, I'm tired.
The bottom of the first inning demonstrated to me why the A's shouldn't crater this year: they're not likely to waste many at-bats this season on guys with no plate value whatsoever.
That looked like a ball to me.
Nice play, Jacoby.
The A's and Red Sox were actually playing in an outdoor stadium attached to a department store.
Eventually, my cat knocked something off of my dresser and then I woke up for good in the bottom of the 10th.
Now the feeling is not so good as the game is over and I'm stuck at work for another 6 hours with a stiff neck from not sleeping enough.
Ah baseball, the things I do for you...
a) sleeping through the first game of the season
b) waking up to hear that the closer on one of my fantasy teams blew the save
And the archive on MLB.tv wasn't up yet, and my best efforts to block the screen couldn't keep me from seeing the Sox won, so screw waiting. No way I can watch a recorded sporting event that I know the result to.
how about Joe Morgan inhabiting it?
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