Kosuke Fukudome is the Indians’ hottest hitter right now, putting up a 1.070 OPS over the last week. Asdrubal Cabrera put up a .461 OPS over that time. Obviously, Fukudome possesses outstanding moral fiber while Cabrera is a depraved cretin whose moral failings do not allow him to succeed in a stretch run. Interestingly, when searching Google Images for cretinism, one finds a picture of Curt Schilling’s family. While that is the sort of messed up little thing that makes life funny, my faithful readers will have to settle for this image (I have to think of the children):
Jack Hannahan has posted a .929 OPS over the last week, putting him in the same category as lifesaver Brad Pitt. Saving a woman on the set of a zombie movie is bad ass. Jason Donald has put up a .624 OPS over the last week, meaning he has the moral fiber of a newt. Ezequiel Carrera has put up an OPS over 1.000 the last week, but anyone who has a “q” in his first name is simply not hero material.
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Gamblers live and die on the small sample size
That is why gamblers lose.
Never, ever bet the Cubs.