HarthorneWingo wrote:Went to the Cyclones game tonight and watched Harvey's rehab start. 12 rows off the field just to the first base side of home plate. Pitched to contact the first two innings and then blew them away striking out 3 in the third.
No freakin' way! I was at the game and in row M above the dugout on the first base side! Row M section 12. We might have been sitting right next to each other. How'd you like those 3 singers? And did you like King Henry? I think that he might actually be blueNorange in disguise. I'll tell you what, the Mets looked devoid of talent at this level.
Holy ****. That's wild. I was in section 6 to the left of the dugout, row L. Got a great view of Harvey. Also the opposing starter for Aberdeen was named Harvey. He threw real good. What a shame we didn't know ahead of time. My friend who gets a 7 game plan every year I'm sure will take me again. I'll let you know.
The singers were definitely talented. But it seemed like there was a slight delay in the backup track and their voices. I'm sure they drove all the soldiers wild overseas. The King is bNo? LOL. Maybe you're right! The King is wacky, but by the end of the evening, I've had enough of The King. Can you imagine living with him? He's probably an abusive alcoholic. lol
Yep, no talent there. Well that OF from Stanford had a nice hit. But other than that, it looks like death valley in Brooklyn talent wise. Oh wait, they have the number one pick Peterson who I think is on the roster. He's a LHP out of Univ. of Oregon.