Thursday, July 31, 2008

"Corpse"

I'm hear by labeling Ted Simmons, "The Corpse." Has anybody noticed this? That guy's sleeping in the dugout, I'm sure of it. The value of a bench coach can be debated, but his might be negative points. And, as we all know, Ned needs all the help he can get. Watch when the camera scrolls by Simmons. He's sleeping, I swear. The guy doesn't even talk, let alone move. For this, he shall now be known as "The Corpse."

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Because we all know the sign of a great bench coach is one who is up doing jumping jacks after every pitch. You see a guy who shows no emotion on the bench and assume he is worthless and have nothing else to back it up. Great deduction there.

manbearpig said...

Simmons was asleep in the dugout when he was playing. Well that and firing up a smoke.

StormShadow said...

Did you mean hereby labeling?

Anonymous said...

Kinda funny how the criticism starts again after a 4 game losing streak. Only in it when they win?

D'Amicos one good year said...

Anon-

You must not read many of the posts here. Go back to the ones from last week when they were on their winning streak and there was plenty of criticism then, as well. Much as you're perfectly in your rights to troll the site adding nothing but contrarianism (Skip Bayless, is that you?!?!), we're in our right to look at the things the light of losing shines upon.

brad said...

The observation of Simmons sleeping in the dugout has been noticed all year. Why posted now? A friend pointed it out last night without me bringing it up...I thought I was the only one. So I posted it. Next time, I'll consult anonymous on when the appropriate time is for certain posts.

As for "hear by," I thought it was "hearby", but the spell checker said "hear by." Damn computers!

Wrigleyville said...

i'm assuming this is the same anonymous that offers insight at wv23 periodically. and by "offers insight" i mean "is an ass."

but please know anonymous is the final arbiter of what one can write about, be annoyed by, be pleased by - and is the world's foremost expert on how the brewers would do in games in which they do not play.