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1 Out Of 3 Is Bad, and Meatloaf Failed to Explain How Big That Dropoff Is: An Indians Series Recap

Game 1:


Denard Span and Mike Aviles get aroused at an inappropriate time. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Indians 2, Nationals 1

2 hits is not enough to achieve success in Cleveland. Every Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee has way more than that. Although if it’s standards shrink like the MLB HOF, and they start allowing in one-hit wonders down the line, then maybe the Nationals offense will get the call.

Now to be fair, baseball players do not like going to Cleveland. Just look at what Ichiro Suzuki said in 2007:

“To tell the truth, I’m not excited to go to Cleveland, but we have to. If I ever saw myself saying I’m excited going to Cleveland, I’d punch myself in the face, because I’m lying.”

But just because you’re depressed about something does not mean you should stop hitting! If anything, adding that toaster to your bathtub should electrify your bat.

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The 10 Plagues of Natstown


More commonly known as baseball's Moses.

For far too long the Nationals have been abused, mistreated and overpowered as if they were slaves to the rest of the NL East. This blog is fed up, and wants you all to join with us in demanding what the Nationals truly deserve. Freedom. …To win the NL East. …or at least one of the two wild card spots.

We will no longer be subservient. We will rise up and fight for what we want. If the NL East dares to get in the way, then they can expect the following 10 plagues.

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