SF Giants fans are Rabid

untitled (55) untitled (54) images7QS27ATLI don’t think that a Dodger fan would survive a game with the rabid fans of the Giants.  They are so crazy that the best way to talk sports with one is to be quiet and listen.  They get all offensive if you question anything about the team.  All teams have flaws but to say that to a Giants Fan.  The Giants fans have giant dreams about their team of choice.  If they were as good as the fans say they would never lose.  Well they lose and often.  It is nice that the fans are loyal.  Mo Howard West Virginia Football fans are crazy as well.  Don’t get me started on them.

Super Phone Tech

Smartphones are advancing at an amazing pace.  These little computers are more powerful than we could have imagined just 10 years ago.   In your hand is access to financial information like reported by Yahoo! Finance .  What is the next generation of smartphone?  Super Phones are the next logical step. How will they interface with us?  Will there ultimately be an implant that will interface directly with our sight and brain.  I think so.  Just look at the advances in phone tech lately.  Google Glass… Smart Watches… Fitness tech?  The sky’s the limit. Every time you think that smart phone tech is maxed out something come along.  What do you think will be next?

Falcone and Eric D Gray Take in Game 4 of the 2014 NLCS

The game in which the Giants beat the St. Louis Cardinals and AJ Pierzynski still managed to steal the show. That guy has been the bane of Giants fans since he was playing for the Giants and tonight he furthered the Anti-Pierzynski crowd. Still disliked less than Scott Cousins (Forever Villain, along with the Dodgers and Tommy Lasorda), Pierzynski is looking for a job as an actor. Maybe as Danny on a remake of Full House?

aj-pierzynski-flopWhat did I just see? Worst flop ever. I just spent 15 minutes googling “Worst Flop Ever”, that was fun and I now consider myself an expert. This flop is going down in history with the best Ronaldo has ever done. As the resident “Flop Expert”, Pierzysnki is a pro. He was committed to the flop as well as the complaint after the fact. Not in the gif, but during the game I saw him walk out to the pitchers mound with the trainer shaking his head to dust out the cobwebs. The trainer checked for a concussion. A funny thing about concussions, you need to actually be hit with more than a pillow to receive one.

Hats off to you AJ Pierzynski, baseball isn’t your thing, but maybe Home Alone 7 needs an actor? You can always hope.

By the way, “Tommy Lasorda” feels yucky to type. I won’t be making a habit of it.

Cabrera Wins the Rematch!

After the Tiger’s close victory against the SF Giants they declared a rematch. This time Cabrera was ready and gave the ball another home run hit, Romo was stunned and didn’t know what to do. The Tiger’s ran around the circle, plate, field, confusing the SF Giants. Never before had they seen such running around the field. It was an excellent game and at the end Romo just didn’t get the break he wanted. Romo should have expected this and adjusted to his opponent.

Giants Series Stats

After Pounding two of the American League’s best pitchers, David Price and Rick Porcello, they could not carry there skills to the next level. The talk of a Giant offensive was buzzing into Detroit’s stadium but it was quickly crushed by Miguel Cabrera’s two run- homer’s in the span of six at-bat attempts. By this time the Giants were feeling crushed but they ended their trip 4-3, with  a 30-27 in the west division and 22-12 in the east, 16-16 against central, and 10-10 in the American League. Can they claim their lead again? I believe Romo’s pitching is enough to take them where they need to go and stay positive.

Giants Versus Tigers

The Giants did it again! 5-4 at the end of the final inning against the Tigers on Saturday. Sergio Romo watched in the eighth inning as a homer hit by Miguel Cabrera fly’s over head leading the tiger’s to a 4 point defeat. Romo had three years to prepare for when he would meet Cabrera again on the field and giving him a homer wasn’t what he was looking for but in the end it worked out for the SF Giants in the end.