Mr. Tommy Hanson takes the mound

    So here we are. It’s June 7, 2009. You might want to make a mental note of that – the day Tommy Hanson made his debut for the Braves.

 

   Nobody involved is backing down from how significant it is for this organization and how much promise this guy holds, so why should we here at the Braves/MIB blog? (Even the backup blogger, hint, hint.)

   I drove into the ballpark behind Hanson today, with Kris Medlen riding shotgun, watched him take a right turn into the player parking lot at 10:08 a.m. Oh, to be a fly on the wall in his Infinity, to know what that feels like, to be right there on the cusp of something so special: the start of his major league career.

   Last I saw Hanson before coming up to write this blog, he was sitting at his locker, facing in, listening to his Ipod, thumping his right knee to the beat. Just biding his time.

   So now I’m doing my best to get this blog up before he takes the mound and the buildup is obsolete!

   Before we go anointing him this or that based on what he does or doesn’t do today, I thought it would be appropriate to take a look back at what the other Braves big guns did in their major league debuts:

   We’ll go chronologically:

   Greg Maddux made his major league debut for the Chicago Cubs in a game that started Sept. 2, 1986 and ended on Sept. 3, 1986. It was suspended by rain. He entered the game as a pinch runner, then took over in relief in the top of the 18th inning against the Astros. He gave up the losing run on a home run by the pinch-hitting center fielder Billy Hatcher. Cubs lose 8-7.

   (Hanson was less than a week old at the time, by the way. He was born August 28, 1986 in Tulsa.)

   Course, Maddux being Maddux, he pitched a complete game in his first major league start, going nine innings at Cincinnati, allowing 11 hits but only three runs, walking three and striking out four.

   Then came Tom Glavine, who lasted only 3 2/3 innings in his debut on Aug. 17, 1987 in an 11-2 loss to the Astros. He gave up 10 hits, six runs, all earned, and walked five, while striking out only one.

   John Smoltz dominated in his major league debut on July 23, 1988 at Shea Stadium. He beat the Mets 6-1, allowing only four hits and a run in eight innings, striking out four and walking one.

   Of those three, Hanson gets the most comparisons to Smoltz, given his electric stuff. So maybe that’s the kind of outing we’ll see from him today. (No pressure.) Course the Braves need to score some runs, or ahem, a run, to get him a win.

   Another guy Hanson draws comparisons to for the build up to this day is Steve Avery. So Avery’s debut? Wow, just looked it up, and he got pounded. He lasted only 2 1/3 innings, gave up eight hits and eight runs – all earned – in a 13-4 loss to the Reds on June 13, 1990. And really, the Braves in 1990? I wasn’t around here much then, but it can’t have been even this much anticipation, could it have? Some of you old-timers chime in.

   So hm, out of those four, including three Hall-of-Fame-bound guys, only one of them won his major league debut. (Sorry Maddog, we’re playing it by the book here.) Maybe Hanson will actually look human today. Or maybe he’ll look like he did for much of spring training – totally dominant.

   It’ll be interesting to see, to say the least.

  ROSTER MOVE: Meanwhile, the Braves put Casey Kotchman on the disabled list, retro to June 1, with a strained right calf. He tested it out in an on-the-field workout for Bobby Cox this morning and just didn’t have the mobility he needed.

 

   “He’s at least five days away,” Cox said. “He’ll have to let it settle down and heal up.”

   Kotchman would be eligible to return the first game of the Braves three-game series in Cincinnati on June 16. At this point, we’ll have to wait and see if he progresses well enough to get there. Meanwhile, they’ve got Martin Prado to play first base, and backing him up, Cox said, are Greg Norton and Matt Diaz.

 

   CHIPPER BETTER: Chipper Jones is back in the lineup and really said he felt better by the ninth inning last night after leaving the game with dizziness. He’s not sure what was going on – he doesn’t think that he was dehydrated, and he said the only other time he’s felt that way was in reaction to some medication he takes for migraines. But he seems to be fine now, so we move ahead.

 

   McCANN BAT DAY: So yeah, wouldn’t you know it’s Brian McCann bat day and there’s no Brian McCann in the lineup. Sounds like the marketing department forgot to consult with the manager or look for a game that wasn’t a day game after a night game.

   When I told Cox it was McCann bat day, he said “Maybe he’ll get the game-winner off the bench.” Maybe so.

 

  McLOUTH HITTING LEADOFF: After two games in the No. 3 hole, Cox decided to move Nate McLouth to the leadoff spot. He’s hit in both places comfortably, and I was a little surprised that wasn’t where he hit when he first got here. But Bobby loves McLouth’s home run potential, as well as his speed, and was eyeing him hitting homers with men on base.

   Cox said against the left-hander today (Manny Parra), he wanted to give it a different look. McLouth said when he first got here Cox told him he was going to test him out in both spots.

   “We’re going to toy with it and see,” Cox said this morning to me.

   Whatever it takes to get this team out of this 22-inning scoreless streak. Speaking of, here’s the lineup, then I’ll back out of the way and let Mr. Hanson take center stage….

 

LINEUP:

 

1.   Nate McLouth CF

2.   Yunel Escobar SS

3.   Chipper Jones 3B

4.   Matt Diaz LF

5.   Jeff Francoeur RF

6.   Martin Prado 1B

7.   Kelly Johnson 2B

8.   David Ross C

9.   Tommy Hanson P

  

     

1,886 comments Add your comment

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:01 pm

Mixxo

June 7th, 2009
1:06 pm

Lets go Tommy!

Adam

June 7th, 2009
1:08 pm

let us beat these deamons and kill some Brewers.

Adam

June 7th, 2009
1:08 pm

third by the way

Tyler

June 7th, 2009
1:09 pm

Maybe we will bounce back with one of them 10 run games

bravos2249

June 7th, 2009
1:10 pm

I feel sorry for Hanson having to make his debut in that ugly Red uni.

Mark Twine

June 7th, 2009
1:12 pm

Hanson 4 ROY

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:13 pm

I think 2 braves are going to have a homer tonight. Nate and David.
GO BRAVOS!

Buford Pusser

June 7th, 2009
1:14 pm

Great read Carroll!

Avery’s call-up actually caused quite a stir (here anyway) back then. He’d been highly touted in the minors and we were looking for any bright spot we could find.

I can remember that first start. How deflating it was at the time….

Does Hanson’s butt bring Baby Huey to mind, or is it just me? Huey Hanson has quite a ring to it!

How bout a Hanson’s Hueys fan club? Everybody wears big-ol’ diapers and sports a pacifier…

Mark Twine

June 7th, 2009
1:15 pm

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:16 pm

Should be a good game. Let’s go Tommy and Nate!

McLouth of the South

June 7th, 2009
1:17 pm

Damn right I’m hittin first. Bout time the old fart figured it out.

Rodney Derrick

June 7th, 2009
1:17 pm

Carroll– Great to have you blogging for the big debut as you usually bring good luck when you return. I assume this is Carroll as the byline at the top says it is and there is no music lyrics.

Shane

June 7th, 2009
1:17 pm

I do remember the Avery debut. It was a big deal. We had been hearing about the kid alot and me and my Braves fan buddies were really anticipating it. Then he got bombed. I just hop the Braves dont put too many inning on Hansons young arm and he ends up in the same boat with Avery

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:18 pm

McLouth in lead off makes sense. Can’t wait to see Hanson work and the new lineup as well.

Efrim

June 7th, 2009
1:20 pm

Jeff Francoeur should not be hitting fifth.

Anyway, Steve from OH, I’m getting a strange feeling that both Wheeler(Baltimore) AND Matzek(San Francisco) will be gone when we select at #7 Tuesday night. The only way it doesn’t happen is if the Padres and Pirates pass on Aaron Crow. Baltimore takes Crow, San Fran takes Matzek, we get Wheeler. What I don’t want to see is a decision between Matzek and White at #7, and because of financial reasons, we go with White. That would upset me more than anything. Can’t do much if Wheeler and Matzek are gone before we select. That’s just bad luck. But taking White over Matzek would suck. Let’s hope we none of that happens and we just get Wheeler…..

and I don’t want to talk about what happened last night. In fact, it didn’t happen.

Salt Lake Brave

June 7th, 2009
1:20 pm

Is it just me or does Jim Powell sound alot like Bob Uecker. And in my opinion that is a great thing. I keep expecting Jim to say “Just a bit outside. Tried for the corner and missed”

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:21 pm

Pschhh. Win, lose, whatever. Let’s just score a run dammit!

bravos2249

June 7th, 2009
1:22 pm

lol Chipper looked in the dugout like : “Nobody step on my toe, and I’ll be O’kAy.”

Shane

June 7th, 2009
1:22 pm

Funny Salt Lake me and my Dad said the same thing when we first heard Powell

Buford Pusser

June 7th, 2009
1:22 pm

I forgot about the cute little Baby Huey hat for the fan club set…

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:22 pm

N8, RHR, Frank, et al. –

Apologies on some omissions from the bitter blogging lineup. I should have rounded out the bench.
Thing is? I don’t think N8 makes it because he doesn’t have enough illogical posts to qualify. If you’re negative but well thought out? That doesn’t cut the mustard.

That’s a whole separate lineup…rationally skeptical or something like that. DOB bats cleanup there.

Chris from the Rock

June 7th, 2009
1:23 pm

I have a feeling that Johnson and Prado will go deep today…

Shamus Thacker

June 7th, 2009
1:24 pm

Hanson’s gonna pitch a shutout; y’all wait and see!

Chop Chop

June 7th, 2009
1:24 pm

Everything’s hyped a lot more now than it was in 1990.

There’s no comparison between pre-Internet and post-Internet hype.

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:24 pm

yes, Rodney, it’s me.

bravos2249

June 7th, 2009
1:24 pm

Salt Lake Brave

Harry Doyle: [Vaughn is coming out to pitch] So, here is Rick Vaughn, the one they call the “Wild Thing”. So, he sets and deals.
[Vaughn throws a wild pitch]
Harry Doyle: Just a bit outside, he tried for the corner and missed.
[Vaughn throws another wild pitch]
Harry Doyle: Ball 4.
[Vaughn throws another wild pitch]
Harry Doyle: Ball 8.
[Vaughn throws another wild pitch]
Harry Doyle: Low, and he walks the bases loaded on 12 straight pitches. How can these guys lay off pitches that close?

TnBrian

June 7th, 2009
1:25 pm

Salt Lake Brave, Uecker saying, “one hit for the Indians…that’s all they got, one God da** hit?” That sounds like what we say after these Braves games lately.

JJ

June 7th, 2009
1:26 pm

Is anyone else getting the Yankees / Rays game on HD? My program guide says Brewers / Braves but the channel is showing Yankees / Rays. Anyone know what’s going on?

bravos2249

June 7th, 2009
1:27 pm

Escobar has been in a funk…..he was hitting .300+ just a few weeks ago.

bravos2249

June 7th, 2009
1:28 pm

JJ

Are you sure it’s the right FS channel? They could have changed it on you.

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:28 pm

2 More Minutes :-)

Salt Lake Brave

June 7th, 2009
1:28 pm

bravos2249

I love that movie. One of my all time favorites. I really wish Jim Powell would throw out some Harry Doyle. Especialy with how bad this Braves team is.

JasonInFL

June 7th, 2009
1:29 pm

Purchased a month’s worth of MLB Premium just to be able to watch Tommy Gun’s first start…again, I think he is going to have a big game: 6IP 1BB 4 HITS 1ER 7Ks

Johnny Quest

June 7th, 2009
1:29 pm

Escobar looks bored.

Shane

June 7th, 2009
1:30 pm

I loved it when Uecker tok a little Jack Daniels and rubbed it behind his ear.

So and So also leads the league in nose hair.

PI Braves

June 7th, 2009
1:30 pm

Sadly it has come down to this. Hanson is the last ‘great hope’ that the faithful Braves fan have for the season. (Unless we follow the bloggers here where we trade/call-up/DFA every time someone sucks in the game.) If Hanson sucks today, who else or what else can be blamed? Fire FW? Trade Frenchy? Move KJ? GA? etc etc..

I really hope Tommy Hanson does well today. This may be the last ‘Ace’ in the Braves deck this season.

TnBrian

June 7th, 2009
1:30 pm

I’ll give Bobby credit for how he handles his pitching staff, even the last few years when they struggled, not any of that blame should’ve gone on Bobby. But, lineups is another story. He doesn’t know when to bench a guy or put him lower in the order.

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:30 pm

Im ready to go!

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:30 pm

Hanson’s in No. 48. Though we might have known that already….47 plus 1?

Salt Lake Brave

June 7th, 2009
1:31 pm

TnBrian

Doyle’s color man: You can’t say that on the radio

Harry Doyle: Oh whats the difference? No one is listing anyway

JJ

June 7th, 2009
1:31 pm

bravos2249 –

I’m getting the Braves on the non-HD FS channel but the Yankess on the FS HD channel. It’s coming in as SUNTV. Don’t know what’s going on.

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:31 pm

“Thing is? I don’t think N8 makes it because he doesn’t have enough illogical posts to qualify. If you’re negative but well thought out? That doesn’t cut the mustard.” DirtyYuni

Thanks. I’ll try harder. :-)

Steve from OH

June 7th, 2009
1:32 pm

Efrim, I think that is a definite possibility. Another is that San Diego takes take and Baltimore takes Crow, which means we’d probably get one. If you go to the comments section of Keith Law’s draft blog (one of the older ones), I posed that same qustion to him, and he thinks that Miller is the third choice behind Wheeler and Matzek, so I think (hope) that we’re not going to have to settle for White.

Rodney Derrick

June 7th, 2009
1:33 pm

47+1 was a very good line Carroll

Cooper S

June 7th, 2009
1:33 pm

It’s a shame Tommy has to make his debut wearing the hideous Sunday reds

Shamus Thacker

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

I just sobbed at the SportsSouth intro…

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

McCann took the lineup card today out instead of Snitker…..Weird!

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

I’m kinda nervous for Hanson. High expectations.

Turk 182

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

Ever been Hanson-rolled? Prepare for the debut!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd0C_Us31kk

Rodney Derrick

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

Hard to believe DOB not there too for the big debut.

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:34 pm

PI Braves, I disagree. While adding Hanson, instead of Glavine gives us a better chance to win on days the offense isn’t clicking (more often than not, lately), the rotation was fine and would have been with Glavine, Medlen or Morton had he not been traded.

It’s the offense that needs to step up. Without consistently scoring runs, early and often, Hanson (along with the rest of the rotation), won’t have much impact, other than to do what they’ve already been doing.

Which is allowing us to win about half the time.

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:35 pm

gentle stride out to the mound by the lanky-legged Hanson….there go some warm-up tosses.

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:35 pm

It might be because it’s Brian McCann bat day. So he can show his face.

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:36 pm

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:36 pm

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:36 pm

ball one 93.

Rodney Derrick

June 7th, 2009
1:36 pm

Perhaps McCann should coach at third when he is not catching as well instead of Snitker. He knows how to come into third base correctly. In fact, I am sure he could do a better job at bench coach than Chino.

Mr. Fly (sleuth reporter)

June 7th, 2009
1:36 pm

PART FOUR OF THE DAILY BUZZ

The meeting resumes behind closed doors, this time without Frank Wren. This has gotten very, very tense. It seems like somebody’s head will roll. Who will it be? The conversation begins:

DONALD: John, it seems we have multiple issues here. Shall we carry on?

JOHN: Please do. Are you going to break out that chopping hand motion like you did when someone got the axe at the end on your popular TV show?

BOBBY: Tomahawk chop Mr. Trump? Didn’t know you were a Braves fan. We’ve got some good kids. Close games. Could’a gone either way. Frenchy is getting good wood on the ball, just right at people. Barely missing when he whiffs. Game of inches. But he’s a good looking kid, eh? Local high school standout. Lucky to have him.

DONALD: Uh, dunno about all that Bobby. Let’s get back to Mr. Wren’s accusation for a minute. How do you answer that all of this failure is your fault?

BOBBY: Gee, I don’t know Mr. Trump. Wrenny’s a good kid. Nice hair. Looks the part of a GM. Nice suits and ties. Can’t say.

DONALD: Huh? Anyway Bobby, I know you’re not the GM and you didn’t botch these negotiations with Mr. Glavine and Smoltz, but what about the losing record? What about all those people that complain about the lack of game strategy? Unwillingness to play the hot hand or throw that old-school book away? Burning out the bullpen one player at a time? Playing favorites with certain athletes even when they under perform miserably for months and months on end? Leaving Andruw Jones in the cleanup spot so long when it was obvious to even the casual fan that he had no clue and needed to sit?

BOBBY: Good kid. Smiled a lot. Made good swings. Miss him.

DONALD: There’s more: how about your sitting Chipper and McCann at the same time? On and on. You trade for a scrappy leadoff hitter and immediately plunk him into the 3 hole while Kelly has proven time and again that he’s not a leadoff guy? You keep defending Mr. Pendleton as your hitting coach, yet his results are awful and players are starting to seek out their own coaches. Don’t you see a problem with that and the Braves long slumps? Don’t you get to know players strengths and weakness and manage around those?

BOBBY: TP works hard. Always working. There all the time. Working. He works a lot.

DONALD: Uh, well whatever. Mr. Cox, you are the manager in the dugout. You control who plays, who sits, who walks. You manage the coaches. You are like the 10th player on the team. You’ve had a great career of wins, in most part thanks to three HOF pitchers, two of two of whom have recently been thrown out like a week old fish casserole… so what do you contribute to all of this losing to in the last 4 or 5 years?

BOBBY: Well, I dunno about all that. Game of inches. Bad breaks. Good kids. I like to watch.

DONALD: Watch? What? You have no rebuttal or point of view on anything I just said. No defending all of those odd management decisions? No excuses for letting players like Josh Anderson go? No reason you insist on playing Jeff Francoeur every single day even though he clueless at the plate and has lost 5 steps in right field?

BOBBY: Uh, Kelly and Frenchy? They’re good looking kids. Josh wasn’t that good looking. Had trouble once. Didn’t kowtow or fit in the quiet country club atmosphere here. Tattoos and all. Facial hair. Not that photogenic. Never got on the cover of SI. He wasn’t innocent looking. We like good looking boys on the club. All American looks are good for a team, you know.

DONALD: So, if I have this straight, appearance matters more to you than performance and grit?

BOBBY: Looks and chemistry are important in my clubhouse. We want good lookin’ kids here. Fans and press like that. Girls in the stands like it too. No music. Nice, quiet, attractive club and I like players that are timid when they come into my office. Easy to manage that way. No second guessing, no trouble.

DONALD: What about Chipper? He’s an incredible, hall of fame player but I wouldn’t ever consider him a “pretty boy”.

BOBBY: Chipper is my buddy. He disagrees with me all the time and he’s no big cheerleader but he knows how play the game, he knows how to hit and he knows to manage.

DONALD: Manage? Isn’t that your job?

BOBBY: I like to watch.

DONALD: John, I think I’ve heard enough. Let’s break again and get Frank and everyone else back in the room. And, uh, please get Bobby some Kleenex while you’re at it.

The brain trust of the Braves takes another break. Up next, Frank and Bobby square off. Who will be left standing?

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:37 pm

93 strike on. and no i wont’ so this the whole game, not to worry….nice running catch there by francoeur for out No. 1

Frank from KS

June 7th, 2009
1:37 pm

TnBrian

Major League, IMO is the best baseball movie EVER with maybe Major League 2 coming in a close 2nd…especially liked Vaughn’s blonde agent Flannery (Alison Doody). :)

Lou Brown..”Forget the curve ball Ricky….giv’em a heater”

Lol

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:37 pm

Cool. He’s still got a 0.00 ERA. Only 26 more outs to go for the no-hitter.

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:38 pm

just warming up, 94 to the second hitter, Hardy

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:39 pm

95 to the third hitter, hey this is fun

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:39 pm

1 2 3 Inning for Hanson :-)

Shamus Thacker

June 7th, 2009
1:39 pm

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:40 pm

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:40 pm

Hanson’s first inning, nine pitches, six for strikes. flyout, popout, groundout

Mixxo

June 7th, 2009
1:40 pm

There ya go Tommy! That curveball had some serious bite too. Nice!

joe

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

Nice in-control first inning. Looks like easy gas, but why don’t they show his pitch speed?

Wheelz007

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

Great start. Let’s hope he keeps it up.

Now let’s crank the bats up.

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

WTF?? I thought this kid was a strikeout pitcher? Unreal. Send him back down.

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

I just bought a monthly subscription to MLB.TV essentially just for this game. Consider it worth it.

Surprised by how young Hanson looks, frankly.

RHR

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

Noticeable difference in Hanson’s first first and Medlen’s first first eh?

Hanson’s 1st inning in the bigs = yawn….just another day on the mound.

Medlen’s 1st inning in the bigs = oh shi! is that a camera?!

:lol:

Shamus Thacker

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

I’m bout to break-out some 30-year-old liquor and get started celebrating this win!!

TnBrian

June 7th, 2009
1:41 pm

Frank, it is a good movie.

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:42 pm

C’mon Nate.

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:43 pm

It was a joke Yuni.

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:43 pm

Soph. that was my thought too.

joe

June 7th, 2009
1:43 pm

Parra has a 9 ERA on the road…so of course he’ll pitch a shutout today

N8

June 7th, 2009
1:43 pm

Actually, I just realized you were saying “C’mon” to McLouth. My bad.

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:43 pm

job yunel…

the hope of the braves nation rests in your hands mr hanson

June 7th, 2009
1:44 pm

i posted this on the old blog but,

how fast was hanson’s fastball??? i didnt see a readout on fss. why dont they have a readout on fss? my tv screen might not be showing it if it is at the very top. thanks in advance!

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:44 pm

Announcers just said 1-4 batters are 1 for 30 in this series for the Braves. That’s fantastic.

the hope of the braves nation rests in your hands mr hanson

June 7th, 2009
1:45 pm

thanks carroll! 95….and a 12 to 6 curve…..sweet.

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:45 pm

Haha…no no no, “C’mon Nate” as in Nate McLouth…

BravesFanChris24

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

Scoreless streak ends!

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

OMG. A run. Hallelujah!

Shamus Thacker

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

OK Chipper, where’s the fountain!?

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

Hallelujah

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

DirtyYuni

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

I encourage you, N8, to try harder. Livens things up.

Mixxo

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

OUCH Cameron! :)

“Tirade Karma” is ruthless!

RHR

June 7th, 2009
1:46 pm

Who else did you think would break the scoreless streak

keylargo

June 7th, 2009
1:47 pm

Come on Diaz, Sac. Fly?

the hope of the braves nation rests in your hands mr hanson

June 7th, 2009
1:47 pm

wow. mike normally doesnt make those kinds of mistakes….yes!

joe

June 7th, 2009
1:47 pm

Eh, spoke too soon….thanks Mike Cameron!

Carroll Rogers

June 7th, 2009
1:47 pm

PI Braves, should I call you Daddy Downer today? Brother Bummer?

triple for CJ thanks to Mike Cameron’s misplay and the 22-inning scoreless streak is over

Soph

June 7th, 2009
1:48 pm

Awww, you gotta get that runner on third in.

DJ

June 7th, 2009
1:48 pm

frenchy cmon…

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