Haiku-arrhea: Week 3 in Padres Baseball

In an effort to  stay close to our roots, the staff at Padres Public, will offer-up a haiku each Monday to describe the previous week in Padres Baseball. Restricting our feelings to 3 lines and 17 syllables to describe a week of play is a massive undertaking, but (un) fortunately, we are more than up to the task.

The Padres entered week 3 of the 2013 season with a record of 2-10. They had just been swept during a weekend series against the Rockies and Carlos Quentin was beginning his suspension as the Padres prepared to roll-on-up to Los Angeles. This team had no business winning a game against the high priced Dodgers. So, naturally, the Padres swept ’em using good pitching and what appeared to be legitimate hitting. As the Padres traveled up the coast for a three game set against the Giants over the weekend, the hopes of all fans were on the rise (hyperbole?). So, naturally, the Giants swept the Padres limiting them to 0 runs over the final 21 innings of the series. The Padres are now 5-13 with the Milwaukee Brewers coming to town.

This season’s going to be weird. Let’s haiku . . .

Left Coast Bias

Sweeping the Dodgers

Being swept by the Giants

Real Padres stand up?

Vocal Minority (Nate)

One Norf at a time

One hundred and ten per-Norf

Gotta tip your Norf

Avenging Jack Murphy

oh Andrew Cashner

you excite and bewilder

while dressing the deer

RJ’s Fro (Rick)

Kyle Blanks returns

The Dodgers retaliate

He just took his base

Ghost of Ray Kroc

Blanks needs new glasses

Recycle, reuse, reduce

It’s Earth Day, Padres

Vocal Minority (David)

Headley in GQ

Talk of future Yankees trade

We can’t have nice things

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