Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Warming Up In The Toaster

While in the bleachers at Fenway on Saturday, we noticed that the Red Sox had a pitcher warming up in the bullpen. But we couldn't tell who it was, because he was throwing from the rubber closer to the crowd, which hid him from much of the fans in the bleachers.

So I had the idea that whenever only one pitcher is warming up out there, i.e. "single-barrelled action," he should be forced to use the outer-mound, so we can all see who he is. Much like in a toaster, when you're only toasting one piece of bread, you have to put it in the "One Slice" slot. Hey, I wonder what happens when you put one slice into the other, or "beta" slot. I'll try that later.


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