Displaying Some Blue But Rocking The Orange and Black
Posted in Uncategorized by Flavor on March 28, 2014
This is one of my favorite people in the world. She grew up in LA. Tommy Lasorda went to her wedding. She married a Giants fan. She is battling Leukemia. And she is at AT&T tonight. Two Flaps up for “Smackers”. I love you, Krista.
Great smile! Great photo!
Best wishes to Krista, from Flapper Nation!
Buddy just texted me that they had a 5.7 in LA
Best wishes to your friend, Krista.
One more thing about Panda. Logically, being in better shape should make him a better – but that’s not automatic – especially in baseball. It might throw his whole game off. And if you look at his career numbers, injuries and all, this is not a $20 million player.
In light of Cabrera getting $300M for 10 years, Panda IS a $20M player….
All the Giants’ gaudy ST batting stats now seem pretty far away in that desert of Arizona.
Toughest acting job in the world: guys trying to make a team pretending like they’re sad when somebody gets injured.
Whatever, DJ. He’ll get the money regardless. If he stays injury-free he’ll hit.
Best wishes to Smackers.
Dubs are paying a hell of a game vs Memphis without Bogut or Lee. Don’t know what happened to them.
Wow. Dubs score the last 14 points of the 4th quarter to beat the Grizzlies. A team that has eaten them alive lately,
Looks like the Smacker’s smile added a new bank of lights to the yard. Best wishes Krista.
After the Miguel Cabrera deal, the Angels are looking pretty smart to lock up the 22 year old speckled one.
I think Flannery needed to get some more work in, gotta see if his knee is sound enough to follow the runner home.
The time is getting close me Buckos, The regular season is upon us, 162 games of ups and downs. Bring it!
Flavor, this is a wonderful tribute to your friend. Prayers and good thoughts for her and you.
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snarkk said, on May 2, 2016 at 9:44 pm (Edit)
Re: the Posey grand slam game.
I remember the exact same thing BF does. The light there that afternoon was a type of filtered fall light, almost a sepia tone, as if the legend of the game was being built inning by inning in real time. When the gods provide us with epic play on the field in Autumn, day-game light, playoff baseball has a shot to become legendary…