Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Oh. Em. Gee.

In the epic battle of two pitchers making their major league debuts, Dillon Gee was the winner. Oh course he was the winner. I mean, it was their turn to win. That being said, expect R.A. Dickey to go down to Nationals tomorrow.

But back to Dillon Gee. He pitched 7 innings of one-run ball, and no-hit the Nationals for five innings. The next time this happens, might I suggest to Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez that they should probably shut Gary Cohen up using whatever means necessary.

Met-killer Willie Harris continued to be a Met-killer by killing Dillon Gee's no-hit effort. It's like the Nationals assembled a team of Met-killers that can totally annhilate (you thought I was gonna say kill, admit it) the Mets, but not tonight!!!!!!

Ike Davis hit a three-run homer in the first inning to provide all the offense we needed. We scored another run in the second to...you know...give us breathing room.

David Wright apparantly has a bruised ring finger and was a late scratch from the lineup tonight. He better come back soon. He was on a tear. But at least now I know he isn't on the shit list.

With this victory, Omar Minaya's job is saved for another day. However, the tragic number still goes down to 12 because I just realized that the Phillies were in first place. Bastards.

David Wright Strikeout Counter: $14.10

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