Need to win the last two to finish over .500.
[ exelon 3mg pills $130.00 | ed trial packs prilligy dapoxetine 60mg + viagra 100mg $340.00 | flagyl 200mg pills $45.00 | maxaquin 400mg pills $117.00 | glucotrol 5mg pills $172.00 | cipro 500mg pills $103.00 | viagra affect a female | analgin 500mg $118.00 | beclate 200mcg inhaler $135.00 | micronase 5mg pills $198.00 | cymbalta 30mg pills $242.00 | tadalafil 50mg pills $351.00 | real viagra without prescription | priligy dapoxetine 60mg pills $140.00 | dilantin 100mg pills $143.00 | plavix 75mg pills (brand) $189.00 | risperdal 1mg pills $83.00 | clomipramine 75mg pills $231.00 | topamax 25mg pills $195.00 | urispas 200mg pills $156.00 | acetaminophen 500mg pills $118.00 | ed trial packs viagra 100mg + cialis 20mg pills 20 $64.00 | flovent 125mcg inhalation canister $126.00 | ed trial packs viagra 100mg + priligy dapoxetine 60mg pills 20 $88.00 | rebetol 100mg pills $198.00 | no prescription viagra | cheapest viagra in the world | sildenafil citrate 130mg pills $350.00 | serevent 25mcg inhaler $127.00 | ibuprofen 400mg pills $90.00 | lopid 600mg pills $221.00 | femara 2.5mg pills $101.00 | ed trial packs viagra 100mg + priligy dapoxetine 60mg pills 20 $88.00 | topamax 100mg pills $84.00 | femara 2.5mg pills $64.00 | trazodone 100mg pills $91.00 | cardura 1mg pills $104.00 | lotrisone cream in 7gr tube $87.00 | lowest pill price viagra | betagan 5ml eye drops bottle $112.00 | speman 60 tablet bottle $398.00 | online pharmacy cialis | prilosec 10mg pills $68.00 | cialis 5mg pills $189.00 | fosamax 5mg pills $84.00 | cialis oral jelly 20mg packs $204.00 | sublingual viagra pro 100mg pills 270 $357.00 | v-gel 30ml tube $356.00 | penegra 100mg pills $273.00 | imitation viagra | viagra alternative and woman | inderal 10mg pills $222.00 | sildenafil citrate 50mg pills $66.00 | menosan 30 tablet bottle $57.00 ]
October 4, 2010 at 3:50 pm
We traveled from virginia to see the tigers and orioles,It was my sons birthday present he is 12. His favorite player is branden inge we arrived early in the hope that my son could get a autograph. Branden was 10feet away and my son was trying to get his attention and inge just ignored him my son was heart broken but johnny damon took the time to come over and sign my sons hat. It made his day. thank you johnny.
October 4, 2010 at 7:29 pm
Thank you for the post, sean. Johnny Damon is one cool dude.
October 4, 2010 at 8:47 pm
Here’s a Johnny Damon encounter that i had in 06. Sounds like he’s still the same guy
On the first day of spring training at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida, things looked a lot like they did last year. Carl Pavano was still hurt. Gary Sheffield was happy, then mad, then happy about his contract. A-Rod and Derek Jeter fielded grounders silently on the left side, a rejuvenated Jason Giambi hit tape-measure home runs, and Hideki Matsui’s every move brought a thousand shutter clicks from Japanese photographers.
After 90 minutes or so, with their morning workout done, the players walked to the dugout. Many of the hundreds of fans on hand started screaming their names.
“A-Rod, pleeassse sign!”
“Derek, it’s my birthday!”
Major leaguers are adept at situational deafness, and a stream of Yankees moved down the dugout steps barely acknowledging the faithful who had traveled great distances to watch them play catch.
Only Yankee debutante Johnny Damon stopped. It isn’t surprising. In his four years in Boston, Damon was the team’s unofficial goodwill ambassador, signing for fans and entertaining the media after tough losses, allowing the more truculent Mannys, Pedros, and Nomars to steal away. Standing on the dugout steps, Damon signed a few balls and was showered with Sharpies, cards, and a program that nearly beaned him squarely on his—it must be said—somewhat Neanderthal head. But Damon didn’t get mad or scurry off into the clubhouse; he just smiled.
In time, he said politely, “I’ll sign more later, but I’ve got to do my running. Believe me, I’d rather sign than run.”
As Damon waved good-bye, fans clapped uncertainly. Some were slack-jawed. An actual interaction with a Yankee? Did that just happen?
October 4, 2010 at 10:11 pm
What a wonderful story, stephen. It almost reads like fiction.
Truculent? Never heard the word in my life. You guys are so smart.
October 4, 2010 at 10:22 pm
The way you feel about Binge.
October 5, 2010 at 11:20 pm
Truculent is exactly the way I feel about Inge! Thanks for the nice words..
Copyright © 2014 Detroit Tigers Weblog.