Thursday, May 29, 2014

SWEEP: Season OVER For Kansas City Royals



There was a bit of hope at the outset of this season but before the All-Star break Kansas City's baseball team is every bit as horrible as this year's pop-star bubble gum slogan . . .

Conclusion . . .

FOLLOWING A TRAGIC SWEEP BY A HORRIBLE TEAM . . . ALREADY THE KANSAS CITY BASEBALL SEASON IS OVER!!!

Evidence:

Fox: Royals' ship keeps sinking but hey, it was a nice day at The K

AP: Royals embarrassed after 9-3 loss gives Astros a three-game sweep

Houston: Houston Astros Blast Their Way To Sweep Over Kansas City Royals

Joe P: The hardest team to love

More in a bit . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Yost should voluntarily give up his post.

At least the the losing Japanese CEOs have the decency to off themselves .....

Everyone here just keeps hanging on....

Anonymous said...

And speaking of poorly-run KC operations and the Japanese, just wait to see what's left of the local Sprint management team by the time their owners are through.
One more corporate HQ gone.

Never sign a player who credits god. said...

And the ownership already made its money from you cretins who bought hats and T-Shirts at the beginning of the season in response to hype. You look stupid in that stuff, and the Glass family really enjoys spending your money.

But at least our manager and most of our players wear their religion on their sleeves. That sure makes us all proud.

Anonymous said...

Tony you are usually wrong about sports and post shit like this for click and comment bait but you are dead on on this one.

Sigh. It was a fun dream while it lasted.

Anonymous said...

joe po is such a turncoat. Milk the aww shucks glurge early in the season then turn on them halfway through.

Milk and Cookies Sweeney said...

Hard to build a whole lot of team chemistry when nobody speaks the same language.

Aoki could be one hell of a leader but how the fuck would we know?

Anonymous said...

Give it a rest Tony. We are not even at the All Star break.

I am sorry that George Brett wouldn't sign your baseball and told you to beat it. Judging by the pictures you post, you did follow his instructions.