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Pause, Ponder and Pun


I'm gonna throw a curve this week and see who can hit a home run in the caption department.
Here's a sports pic.
Be a player and don't strike out.
Are you game?
Our MVP will be announced Saturday.

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
Matt Holiday slides safe into third!
lotgk said…
No Mr. umpire, he is not corking his bat. However.....
moooooog35 said…
You know...I liked it before when they just used to slap each other on the ass.
moooooog35 said…
Alex Rodriguez's first day as a Cardinal.
Don said…
For the last time Rodney! He said base on balls. Base on balls!
subtorp77 said…
I can't believe you swung at those low balls!
Quirkyloon said…
'Tell me what you want
What you really really want
I'll tell you what I want
What I really really want!'

Why is it everytime I come here I think in "song"?

Hee hee
subtorp77 said…
LMAO @Quirkyloon's comment!
Nooter said…
"they say youve got quite a spitball..."
subtorp77 said…
"NO, no! I didn't say 'fly ball'; I said 'your fly is open'!"
renalfailure said…
Testicular Cancer Awareness Night was the second-worst ballpark promotion of the year, just ahead of Free Catheter Night.
Brian Miller said…
take me out to the ball game...
subtorp77 said…
GAH! There's too many George Carlin references clogging my mind, just now-LOL!
Nooter said…
somebody tell matt hes grabbing the wrong bat
Skye said…
Not now man, my wife is watching the game! For god's sake, wait till we're in the locker room!
FreakSmack said…
TRUST ME... Mcgwire had me do this every time he struck out in 98...
FreakSmack said…
"I can't believe steroids made the balls shrink, but the bat stayed the same size... I got to go tell my wife!"

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