DeGrom / Murphy after Game 1 Press Conference:
Yeah, I think they’re loose.
Well, they’ve certainly been playing like it 🙂
just put a link on my page,,,,congrats…..douchbags. 🙂
Thanks, Gary. After watching the first couple of innings of last night’s game, I had totally resigned myself to a Dodgers victory. Turns out, though, that Danny Murphy had other plans.
We Dodger fans are still confident Kershaw can win a game or two. Maybe Mattingly will leave him in the game next time.
If Kershaw gets another start or two, I certainly wouldn’t count him out. The man’s a monster, and a future HOF’er.
DON’T TELL ME WHO I HAVE TO LOVE!
Much affection, Bill!
I love you, too, sweetums. (Kiss, Kiss.)
We saw this on Friday night and had to rewind and watch it over and over. And, really, “Yowzers.” Yowzers! Daniel Murphy said, “Yowzers!” There were so many other things he could have said. But, nothing would have been better than, “Yowzers.”
I’ve enjoyed watching your Mets all season … but “Yowzers” and DeGrom and this clip sends them to a whole new level!
(And, I’m really conflicted and unhappy about that Headley slide last night.)
I know. Yowzers! Who says that? As for the slide (I think you meant Utley), the truth is I’m not really mad at him for the slide (though it’s clear he was not even trying to get to the bag.) I just don’t know how he could have been ruled safe on that play. The “neighborhood play,” as they often call it, is usually enough for the base-runner to be ruled out. On top of that Utley never even touched second base himself! I’m wondering how this will ignite the Mets going forward, now that they’ll be in New York. Next time Utley comes to bat, he better not dig in.
Thanks for the comment,
Yowzers, what a goof! Yes, Utley … my brain was in wrong-Chase mode! 🙂 I guess they’ve decided that the “neighborhood play” now applies to the base runners, too.
I’m going to use Yowzers in a sentence at least 3 more times today. 🙂
DeGrom seems like a really good guy.
You gotta love a young player who still has his sense of humor.
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