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hansman1982

Member Since 03 Sep 2011
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In Topic: I *still* loathe off-days.

Yesterday, 11:04 AM

Ooo, excellent idea.

 

During side-sessions, create a board with a hole in the middle that is the strike zone and then another sensor in the middle of that hole.  Every time a ball hits the board or the middle sensor, electro-shock therapy is delivered to the pitcher.


In Topic: Cubs v. Yankees - April 16, 2014 (TV: CSN, WGN, MLBN)

16 April 2014 - 05:25 PM

Went for lunch (here in St. Louis) got stuck watching the stupid Cardinals and using my phone for the Cubs.  Since when did both Joe Kelly and Wily Peralta start touching 97-8 with their fastballs?  Sheesh.

 

And lolz Matt Adams with more errors!

 

Yadier flies out with RISP? Sweet.

 

Sorry, when I can't watch the Cubs the second best thing is to rip on the Cards.

 

Fucking Cardinals.  I swear, they could pick up Randy Wells and he'd touch 98 with Greg Maddux-esque command.


In Topic: MOVING!!! YAY!!!

15 April 2014 - 09:14 PM

 

Ha...maybe I can blind LeBron and witness his whiney reaction with my pasty legs...

 

The only thing I'm really worried about is that I won't be able to do any woodworking (I am not paying to haul my tools).  I was jonesing for my fix of the woodworking mix last weekend.  Made a wine rack and a grill side table Friday and Saturday.

 

 

Set yourself up as a professional wood worker in Miami.  Slap a Heat logo on it and the natives will buy anything.  Dress like Hemingway and call yourself an artisan and the snowbirds will order "quaint" pieces from "the interesting local craftsman" to ship back as presents to their yuppee friends.  

 

You might even make the chair LeBron sits in the next time he holds a national telecast on a major cable network dedicated purely to pointing out to anyone so crass as to be unaware just how awesome he really is.

 

 

Ha, maybe I could set up my radial arm saw next to the fridge in the studio apartment.  I could sell the sawdust to LeBaron to use in his pre-game theatrics.

 

Oh, and as of today, Chicago is out of the running.


In Topic: MOVING!!! YAY!!!

15 April 2014 - 07:07 PM

 

 

Well if you come to Chicago, you get to go to lots of games! Either will be a huge culture shock from Des Moines. Miami's weather >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> here.

 

Chicago's been a really fun town.

 

Ya, I'm not too worried about the culture shock.  I've lived outside of the midwest previously, I am worried about how to handle non-cold winters.

 

 

Haha. You handle it by wearing shorts, sandles, and enjoying it!

 

 

Ha...maybe I can blind LeBron and witness his whiney reaction with my pasty legs...

 

The only thing I'm really worried about is that I won't be able to do any woodworking (I am not paying to haul my tools).  I was jonesing for my fix of the woodworking mix last weekend.  Made a wine rack and a grill side table Friday and Saturday.


In Topic: Visualizing the stupidity of bunting with a quick analysis

13 April 2014 - 11:56 PM

You also have to factor that with a runner on third, a successful sac bunt will always score 1 run.

 

However, the only times you NEED that one run and only that run, the defense sells out on the sac bunt...thus making it much more difficult to sac bunt.


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