As I woke up this morning, I scanned Twitter and spotted this tweet.
I feel that it’s safe to say that Hacksaw may stretch the truth a bit on Twitter from time to time.
However, in this case, I can confirm that the news is indeed sadly true.
If a picture is valued at a thousand words, then a series of combined pictures depicting motion into a looping format must be valued at a gajillion* words!
*Pretty sure that’s not an actual number. I was told there would be no math when I was asked to join Padres Public.
Last night during the Padres game in Philadelphia, the Phillie Phanatic paid a visit to the Fox Sports San Diego booth to visit with Dick Enberg and Mark “Mud” Grant.
Let’s just say the results were both expected and surprising. And hilarious.
For those of you who weren’t paying attention — which based on the number of entries I received wasn’t as much as I expected — Padres Public managed to get a few copies of MLB Bloopers Deluxe Doubleheader and Prime 9: MLB Heroics DVDs from MLB Productions. So, I decided to have a online scavenger hunt through all of my posts in a series of 19 questions.
(If you find yourself asking “Why 19?” you should stop reading this blog and Google “San Diego Padres #19” right now.)
The winner is Nate, aka @Taterz1021 on Twitter, who correctly answered 18 out of the 19 questions I asked.
Let’s take a look at the questions, followed by the answer I was looking for and the post that it was contained in.
The last vestiges of Cary Chow’s reign of terror are finally gone from Fox Sports San Diego.
Nearly lost in all the hoopla last week of the Change the Padres video* was the announcement that Fox Sports San Diego had hired three new on-air talents. And, at the risk of sounding sexist and chauvinistic, they are — at the very least — easy on the eyes. That opinion has absolutely nothing at all to do with their obvious experience and qualifications, however.
*Meaning we ignored it like the bunch of dumbasses we are. We never claimed to be all that bright.