Spiteful Baseball Gods

2008 Upper Deck 1st Edition Oliver Perez

Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing has a unique take on last night’s Mets loss. He blames spiteful baseball gods who can’t handle great broadcasting. 😉

Gary Cohen has more power than even Laynce Nix when it comes to game-changing. I don’t think he’s aware of it. He’s reporting and analyzing. It’s what he’s supposed to do….But once in a while, probably because the baseball gods are jealous that Gary’s better at what he does than they are at what they do, he is compelled to say something perfectly logical that will be proven inoperative in a matter of pitches…. It’s not the announcer’s fault. It’s mine for noticing.

I have to admit, I was thinking the same thing as Gary was mentioning Ollie’s low pitch count. It’s like a no-hitter — you just shouldn’t talk about it when Ollie is doing well. 😉

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