Alright! It’s time for our regular Friday trip around baseball to talk about the interesting topics (TM), with a little Jaysturbation (or not), cooking tips, heresy, trains (?), car noises, and even more depressing realizations about just how ridiculously out-of-whack MLB’s alignment is thrown in for good measure (or not): it’s a brand new episode of the Getting Blanked Podcast!

This week we’re talking Mets with Teddy Baseball! Twitter’s @OGTedBerg (aka Ted Berg of SNY and Tedquarters.net!)

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We’re figuring out the Mintmusical Interlude stuff. For the time being, we’re just gonna keep on using the wrong four letters…

Comments (9)

  1. I’ve never seen that picture before…is that his penis poking out?

  2. the other batista pitches tomorrow night!!

  3. Jose Molina is very good at framing pitches at the eyes.

  4. It’s called a duplex.

  5. Parkes the girls were in section 115, row 2 or 3, they got tossed out in the 6th or 7th inning if I recall. During the inning they were up in the first row acting like a bunch of drunk 15 year old girls jumping up and down, screaming at bunch of players during the game. Also the fact that probably everyone by the 1b / yankees dugout was staring at them rather then the game, made the security toss then.

  6. Re the ‘Lawrie incident’: I don’t understand why there is so much debate over the strike-three call specifically. The strike-two call was clearly wrong and the ump had a chance to give it back on a close strike-three call. I don’t know about the ump, but if I know I clearly blew the call, and I see an opportunity to make it right I’m going to make it right. This is why people are loosing their minds over this, he could have fixed a blown call by giving a favorable call on a strike-three pitch that was more likely out of the zone than in. As far a Lawrie goes, the kid has to cool it down regardless.

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