Sunday, June 15, 2008

I ♥ #7.. right?

Twins 10, Brewers 2
Twins 9, Brewers 4 (12)
Brewers 4, Twins 2

Basically, Friday was entertaining to me to the highest degree, and it was supremely adorable to top it all off. So, Kevin Slowey? Thanks for the laughs because I needed them. Also, I'd like to thank my boy for allowing me to stay up until 2 in the morning when I had a volleyball tournament the next day. Thanks, Kevin!

I would have to say the Brewers are my favorite NL team. I don't follow them (the only other team, besides the Twins, that I follow = the Rays) but I have always had a deep love for Wisconsin (thank you, Brett Favre) so I guess it channels, you know?

I also have come to the assumption that while you MAY love Joe Mauer, when we play the Brewers, my favorite #7 would be J. J. Hardy. Trust me, I love some Baby Jesus! But there is no denying that the Brewers' shortstop is absolutely GORGEOUS, and is an All-Star regardless of what his numbers say. Upon learning that he's hurt for this series, I was pissed off to the supreme. It's always fun not seeing your favorite player on the opposing team play!

It's nice to know we're incapable of sweeping.

Congratulations to Scott Baker for recording 4 strikeouts in an inning and becoming the first Twin to do so. If I was a pitcher I would have to continue to throw wild pitches until the bases were loaded just so I could get the max of strikeouts in an inning. And that, my friends, is why I don't play professional baseball.

3 comments:

S.Rail said...

Ah that Kevin Slowey. He amazes me every time he plays. When he hit that double, he swung like he was gunna launch it over the fence. And that walk to Lamb? BIG MISTAKE!

Tricia said...

Hi Kayla! We did have a great time in Milwaukee. If there were a way to invite you down to the cities without sounding weird and stalker-ish, I would totally do it. There's not though, SO...if you're ever going to be in the cities, drop us a line on our blog, and we'll meet you at the Dome for a game. We'd splurge on good seats and FORBID the Twins to lose. F

Louise said...

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