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September 2012
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Today in Snarf

Caution against taking the game for granted.

Example: Detroit Tigers Fox Sports announcing team Mario/Rod love declaring runs before they happen. Today, “Big D” Delmon Young was at the plate, and Rod says something to the effect of “the Tigers will get another run or two here.”

Until it’s over, I’m not saying anything.

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  1. Young $narf Young $narf
    September 4, 2012    

    Even though “Big D” did deliver in this particular case, it’s bad form, little snarfs.

    • Young $narf Young $narf
      September 4, 2012    

      It’s disrespectful to the game.

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