Friday, March 28, 2008

Top of the 1st

Couldn't have asked for a better day to bid farewell to Al Lang - then agin, I'm still trying to figure out why we're bidding farewell to Al Lang in the first place...

The last first pitch goes the way of the Reds - Jerry Hairston Jr. bunts and legs it out for single.

Turns out, there is no Ken Griffey Jr. - Jolbert Cabrera is batting third and playing right. Surprisingly, he doesn't quite get Griffey-size cheers as he strides to the plate.

Matt Garza gets Brandon Phillips staring at a 1-2 pitch, leaving Hairston Jr. at second and sending a jolt through the bleachers.


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