This is kind of a bait and switch, as far as the illustration.
Sometimes, on a hunch I'll think one thing is going to happen and invest my blog time in a painting that has no relevance to what happened.
Yesterday, my Spider Sense told me that Tim Lincecum was going to play some kind of major role in game number 5.
And then Madison Bumgarner happened so...
But it's still kind of cool watercolor, right?
Okay, Madison Bumgarner.
Pretty sure he wrapped up this year's World Series MVP by going the Full 9 and shutting out the Royals in game number five, 5-zeero.
It's amazing that a guy can have that much practice at throwing innings during baseball's premier event.
He's 26 years old, and this is his 3rd series.
So... what can you say but this guy knows what he's doing and does it really well.
Lucky for the Royals that there's a day off, and their bullpen (they only used two) can rest.
Giants now up 3 games to 2 going back to Kansas City tomorrow night.
The only weird thing I heard was Ned Yost saying something like he (I heard this on the broadcast) was hoping the series went the full 7 games.
Here's something about that.
I mean, I get being a fan of baseball and all, but that just sounds weird.
This is something that didn't sound weird.
Going to a commercial during the Bears game, one of the announcers said something like "The New England Patriots are playing a great game and the Bears are... on the field."
Had to laugh at that.
I watched the start, then my wife asked me to clean up the garden.
When I came back inside, it was 45-7.
It used to be in games like these, the Bear Fan could at least find joy in watching Gary Fencik smashing recievers.
Brian Urlacher blowing somebody up.
Instead, I get Lamarr Houston doing a ridiculous sack dance and blowing out his own knee.
This may be the hardest-to-watch Bears team since forever.