Alyssa Milano and my son…

Good lord the Internet can be a very strange place.

I checked on my blog tracker to see if anyone had been reading my blog. And it turns out a post I wrote about my boy Aidan picking the Angels and all of his picks being right so far got a bunch of hits on someone’s Twitter site.

And whose Twitter site was it?

The Ayssa Milano site for her clothing line and baseball thoughts.

So mark this under “sentences I thought I’d never say”…

Thank you Alyssa Milano for spreading the word about my son!

Aidan himself is quite thrilled as you can see

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Didn’t this guy used to be Joba Chamberlain?

For three seasons the Yankees have handled Joba Chamberlain with kid gloves.

There were Joba rules for Torre in 2007. Basically he was supposed to handle him like a delicate Ming Vase… unless he was covered by midges in a crucial playoff game.

Then there was the grotesque farce that was 2008 where he was a set up man… then a carefully monitored reliever (ironically a reliever who needed relief) and then a starter who was only allowed 3 innings a game (ergo treating the regular season like his own spring training) then a starter… WHO GOT HURT!

Now the foot is down, he’s a starter, let’s not even talk about it, the controversy is over… until the most important games of the year and he’s the 7th inning set up man.

And he has a WHIP of 5.00. That means he would AVERAGE 5 base runners an inning. His ERA is 9.00… yup, a run an inning. And I am not sure of his batting average against, but I have a feeling it would be one that would make a batting champion or two.

If the Angels get to Andy Pettitte in Game 6, would any Yankee fan feel confident seeing Joba come in at this point?

Maybe by year 4 he will be worth something.

I’ll say it here. The best thing to ever happen to Joba Chamberlain would be if the Yankees trade him.

Then all of this nonsense would end.

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I’m confused

Didn’t the Yankees already clinch the AL Pennant?

Listening to the radio today and hearing about how the Phillies wouldn’t match up well with the Yankees.

Maybe they won’t have to.

Look, there’s still is a lot of work to be done for the Angels, but this series has already had 3 terrific games… if it goes to a Game 7, then it might be a classic.

And if it goes to a Game 7, Phillies fans should be going nuts because that would mean Sabathia wouldn’t be able to go in Game 1 and have 3 starts in the World Series even if the Yankees win.

Now is it possible for the Angels to win a Game 6?

All I know is they will be playing lots of clips of the 2004 ALCS… which is always fine by me.


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