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Henry Schulman Sulia Madlibs

April 25, 2012

Joey Votto stared at Dan Otero a bit after getting hit by that pitch and tossing the ball back to the rookie, who ……

— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman)

… had changed into Cody Ross’s old rodeo clown costume and was running around the field distracting the umpires so the Giants fielders had time to run off the field safely.

The Giants just wasted a bases-loaded opportunity, but they at least forced Mat Latos to throw 37 pitches and drive …

— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman)

… the season ticket holders in the Diamond Club back to their cars after the game.

I don’t know how Mat Latos allowed eight runs to the Cardinals in his last start, but I’ll be he didn’t look like …

— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman)

… he was on the verge of confirming string theory either.

Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the Giants’ pitching in New York was how they shut down the Mets’ best and …

— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman)

… highest reviewed restaurant on Yelp. They just came in and started pointing out health violations left and right, the brutal efficiency that they showed was something to behold.

Tim Lincecum in the first inning against the Mets picked up where he left off against the Phillies. Fastballs …

— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman)

… change ups,  sliders, and occasional curve balls, I guess all that talk about switching repertoires with Barry Zito was just an unfounded rumor.

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