Wednesday, March 3, 2010

(Henry) Schulman's-Valley of the Sun-Scoop

Short and sweet.
The closest to the bone, the sweeter is the meat. According to one Louis Prima.
And Henry Schulman's response to Aubrey Huff's debut.

First baseman, Aubrey Huff, summed up his entire reputation by hitting a monster home run to rightcenter on his first pitch as a Giant (batter). Then, in the bottom of the first, he dropped his first throw from an infielder, allowing Ichiro Suzuki to reach on an error.

Good topic for conversation, on March 3, 2010, will you sacrifice the dropped throw for the homer? Is it possible the dropped ball bothered Lincecum enough for him to stray a bit and "BOOM" just like that the bags were loaded for Ken Griffey? Who subsequently hit a fly ball for a sacrifice fly and an RBI. (Although he wasn't really sacrificing himself.)

(thanks to Henry Schulman for the precise piece written about Aubrey Huff on opening day, spring training.)

Kevin Marquez