Sunday, May 21, 2006

Swept by Pujols

Man that guy is good.

Well, that's three straight to the Cardinals and nine straight overall. The team now stands at 10-31, their worst start in club history. Pujols went three for three in the series - a homer in each of the three games and is now on track for something stupid like 150 for the year. My buddy Aaron Guiel jacked number three on the season and is clawing his way back to the Mendoza line.

I didn't bother to watch all of today's game because there was really no point after the homers by Duncan and Luna in the fifth. Elarton (again) pitched well enough to win and Sisco's struggles continue. There really isn't much to say about today's game. It was a traveshamockery of baseball.

Overall, the Royals' are terrible. When Allard brought in "the veterans" to help out the few youngsters this team has I initially thought it was a good idea. I had no idea this team would be as bad as they are. Well, maybe we can get something in return for the likes of Elarton, Minky and Gruds. Combine that with the draft (just take Andrew Miller) and we might actually be in a place to start a "youth movement".


At 1:23 PM, Blogger Allan Wexler said...

You are going to have a long year. The days of George Brett are simply a memory


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