Monday, April 25, 2005

Fantasy Baseball Star


don't look at me buddy, we're just as surprised as you

The unlikely hero continues his torrid hitting spree with another homer and 4 RBIs to help beat the Reds, and thrill the 4 owners who have him on their fantasy team.
This may seem odd since Perez doesn't seem like a good hitter, he certainly doesn't look like a good hitter; infact, most of the time he doesn't even hit like a good hitter; but he knows how to get good stats.
He attributes this to his off-season routine.
"I was really trying hard to improve my fantasy baseball game this winter" said the infielder, "you know, 5x5, 6x6, that kind of stuff."
He must be doing something right because Perez is batting .401 after last nights game.

"Neifi is one of the best fantasy baseball players I've ever seen" says manager Dusty Baker "He puts up these ridiculous numbers that no one expects. I just picked him up for my fantasy team."
To the suprise of nobody, Chad Fox exited the 9th inning early in serious pain after his arm fell off again. His tragic career as the Cubs closer lasted a memorable 32 hours.
Nice move Dusty!

"The Franchise" looked oh-so-pretty as he earned his third win and struck out 10 in 6 innings. Not bad. I can't wait to see him when he's healthy.


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