Baseball Prank Lesson #1: Dramatic Irony

Dramatic Irony (n.) – irony that is inherent in speeches or a situation of a drama and is understood by the audience but not grasped by the characters in the play.

Here’s to you and your humanity Mike Bordick.

It’s like that old adage says: “Some days you play the trumpet, whilst other days Jay Johnstone plays you.”

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  1. I love Alvaro Espinosa laughing in the batting cage. What are you laughing at? You’re Alvaro Espinsoa!

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  2. Kyle says:

    So much resigned dejection. Also, sweet glasses.

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  3. Is that Little Richard wandering around in a bath robe in the background?

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