Game 122, Mariners at Angels
RHP Felix Hernandez v RHP Jered Weaver in a battle of young stud pitchers. 7:05, FSN.
This is it, right? Felix is the pitcher who turns this thing around for us, puts an end to this insanity.
Jered Weaver: 285 batters faced. 214 outs made, 58k, 19 BB, 50 H, 2 HR, 2 HBP
Felix Hernandez: 575 batters faced. 426 outs made, 130 K, 51 BB, 143 H, 17 HR, 6 HBP
Jered Weaver: 20% of batters struck out, 7% walked
Felix: 23% of batters struck out, 9% walked
Tonight’s non-sensical lineup of stupidity:
CF-R Willie “The Ignitor” Bloomquist
RF-R Chris Motherfucking Snelling
The phrase “Snakes on a Plane” has been used on Internet forums to indicate that a given topic is nonsensical. With creative uses of capital letters, bold or italic text, and punctuation the title has been manipulated to reflect surprise, horror, or absurdity, among other things. The meme is often interspersed with images of Samuel L. Jackson reprising his role as Mace Windu and quoting lines recalling his roles from both the Star Wars series and Pulp Fiction. The slang form “SoaP” is used in place of “Shit happens” or “Oh well, what’cha gonna do?”
With that, I present: