- Episode 107: Go Away, Dan is out!
In the hundred-and-seventh episode, Thomas and Danny talk about Timmy and Gaudin’s different kinds of no-nos, the slump, the slump-Buster and how boring the All-Star Game was.
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Ok, Lunatic Fringe. You want World Series DVDs. Trust me, Danny and I love popping in the 2010 disks, switching the audio to Kruk & Kuip and reliving the best October either of us can remember.
You want to see Pablo Sandoval hit three home runs against one of the best pitchers in the game and a guy who sounds like a joke in a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
And it’s all right here.
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A team grasping at straws, the Giants made two moves before Tuesday’s game against the Mets.
First, they placed Hector Sanchez on the disabled list with an injury I care less about than Phish cares about brevity. Mike Kickham gets his third trip to the big-league roster to replace the Giants’ third catcher. But the bizarre move was the call-up of Kensuke Tanaka, the Japanese import that lost a backup infield role when his bat and glove failed him in Spring Training.
The move was so bizarre it almost worked. Upon being recalled, Tanaka was immediately written into the lineup as the starting left fielder and No. 2 hitter. Who he was vexed the more casual fan, while the Lunatic Fringe was curious why a guy who has played nine games in American outfields was ready for a corner spot in AT&T.
Then there was The Catch. No, Dwight Clark or T.O. didn’t show up. But this happened:
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