On this episode of The Last Show podcast I talk about my vacation to Maui. I’m still in reeling from the trip physically. I probably had too many fruity drinks.
I also talk about Johnny Manziel moving in with Josh Gordon, and the Cleveland Indians racist logo.
I open the show talking about Will Smith and his tragic death.
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If you’re a Cleveland Indians fan, or someone that’s simply a fan of competent baseball. Do you trust Chris Perez?
It may seem like a complex question on the surface, but if you’ve been paying attention. There is only one correct answer, “Hell No!”
If you struggled with the previous question. I want to know what drugs you’re taking, and if Lindsay Lohan can get some.
Perez has been flat out awful. Anytime I see him in uniform I get nervous – And I’m not talking about, “I have to make a big public speech nervous.” I’m talking about, “I have to take a dump, and I’m in a hurry. So I’m going to illegally drive in the carpool lane…Oh no I just got pulled over by the cops, nervous.”
Chris Perez has been horrible this year. Not only has be blown enough games to personally keep the Indians out of the playoff, but he also had that weird marijuana thing, that he ended up missing games for.… Read More
After the Cleveland Indians won last week’s series against the Detroit Tigers, not only did Cleveland fans think they could make a run at the A.L. Wildcard. They also thought that they could win the division.
While I watched them play I couldn’t help but think, “Maybe this young team has found a way to get it done. Perhaps they have an effective starting pitcher that can throw a ball over the plate without it being taken deep?” After watching the Indians get smashed at home this weekend against the Minnesota Twins (Justin Morneau style), those assertions sounds ridiculous. In actually the Indians are probably a mediocre team that managed to squeak out two games against and underachieving Tigers squad.
It may be time to pull out the fork for the Cleveland Indians. I say “May” because they’re only five games back with about 60 games left to play. However if you been watching this team it would be wise to at least open the knife drawer, and start deciding which one you want to use.… Read More
The other day I heard someone say, that the Cleveland Indians’ pitching was, “Pedestrian.”
To say Cleveland’s pitching is pedestrian, is an insult to pedestrians, and anyone that has ever brought a pair of walking shoes (Mr. Rogers style). This pitching staff is competitively repulsive. Only they could give up 23 runs to a Boston Red Sox team that was struggling. I thought that Ubaldo Jiménez was going to be able to give them more, but I’m questioning that. I love his funky motion, with the double clutch action. However if the other team is cranky balls over the wall (José Canseco style) it doesn’t matter. His fall to earth makes me believe the gig is up. Perhaps this is a Dontrelle Willis situation, and he’ll be all but forgotten in 2 seasons. The only thing that could give Cleveland fans some reservation and hope. Is that Jiménez has great stuff.… Read More
The Ubaldo Jimenez got a win for the Cleveland Indians this weekend against Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers. That’s right Ubaldo finally won something, and he looked good doing it. He only gave up two hits, and no earned runs. Also don’t look now but the Indians are in first place. First place! It’s time to start buying postseason tickets.
If you’re a fan of the Cleveland Indians this is the time when you have to start asking yourself, “Are the Indians really good, or is this a mirage? Perhaps this will end the same way last year did. With me trying to get rid of my tickets on StubHub while I wonder why Grady Sizemore is still on the team.”
The Cleveland Indians were ahead of schedule last year. It was Carlos Santana’s (I love that name. I pronounce it like Future pronounces, Tony Montana) first full season, Jimenez came in during the middle of the season, and for some reason we were still treating Grady Sizemore like he was good.… Read More