TPS Report: Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Game

Tonight’s TPS Report comes from a game that’s tales are too crazy to retell. It was nutty. Insane. All over the place. Everything happened all at once and inside out. If you missed tonight’s game, your life is incomplete. That’s about all I can say. It was crazy. I love Calgary baseball.

My friend Sas, however, did some crack reporting and said she saw Slider getting in trouble for heckling the Orange County bench too much. I say way to go Slider!

PS. Tonight’s game was ca-razy.

PPS. Can someone please tell me what the heck happened in the top of the sixth (if you were there, you know what I’m talking about), and what the heck happened in the bottom of the seventh (my guess is they called interference before Julio Ramirez got to third – and definitely before he was thrown out at home only to be put back on third)?

PPSS. Byung Hyun Kim apparently has a fan club in Calgary.

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2 Responses to TPS Report: Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Crazy Game

  1. Anonymous says:

    The “homerun” was finally ruled a double, which put Ramirez back onto third. Notice it was the same umpire that made the bad “homerun” call on Edgecomb yesterday!! And the same ump who got hit twice with pitches, one in the middle of the chest and the other, well, lets say he wasn’t calling the strikes/balls as deeply as he usually did.

  2. xolager says:

    I don’t get how that reverses the call of L-Ram getting thrown out at home, though… other than just bad umping. Yeah, that dude took a couple of foul tips in a bad way on Friday, eh?

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