Today at THT

You know it’s getting down to the wire when the THT editors are racing to jam in as many team previews as we have today. Mmmmm . . . regular seasonlicious . . .

  • Lisa Gray has five questions for the Houston Astros. Question number six: What’s the over/under on the number of days until some clever wag uses the “Houston, we have a problem” headline to describe this team? Seven? Twelve?
  • R.J. Anderson has five questions for the Tampa Bay Rays. Question number six: “Evan Longoria, your career has the momentum of a runaway freight train. What makes you so popular?”
  • Evan Brunell has five questions for the Baltimore Orioles. Question number six: Could Matt Wieters make a rock so big that he himself could not lift it?
  • Finally, over at Fantasy Focus, Jonathan Halket is asked to play roster doctor. Unfortunately, this patient has signed a DNR order, so there is nothing Jonathan can do except to make him comfortable until the end.
  • I can almost smell the grass, babies.


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    Melody
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    Melody

    Hee. I love the Simpsons reference.  There’s no moment in life that can’t be made better by a Simpsons quote.

    Chris Kash
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    Chris Kash

    If Matt Wieters faced off with Dr. Manhattan, who would win?

    Craig Calcaterra
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    Craig Calcaterra

    I think that Wieters would realize—even before Manhattan—that a live body and a dead body contain the same number of particles. Structurally, there’s no discernible difference. That life and death are unquantifiable abstracts. “Why should I be concerned?” he’d ask, thereby refusing to fight Manhattan.

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