Don’t Pull a Puig in London
Patti and The Pottymouth are packing their bags for All-Star Weekend in Cleveland, the land of Patti’s birth.
Patti and The Pottymouth are packing their bags for All-Star Weekend in Cleveland, the land of Patti’s birth. There’s a happy dance for Anthony Rendon finally making the team and a check-in on who we are looking forward to seeing in the Big Game. The Cleveland Team and MLB are investing long-term in the community — it pays to host the All-Star Game. But before we leave, there’s a grooming segment. Fernando Tatis, Jr. is coming along nicely, thank you very much.
Russell Martin is the second best pitcher on Patti’s team, only he’s a catcher.
The London Series just left Pottymouth with questions and sadness — Why did Gio Urshela pull a Puig? ARod without Big Papi just ain’t right. And why didn’t her hometown of Boston come through for her? Speaking of Yasiel Puig, your hosts give Pedro Strop a harsh talking to about his inappropriate in seven ways NSFW characterization.
Patti’s head explodes when the Orioles, her “other” AL team, create MLB history by shutting out Cleveland, her primary AL team, in emphatic fashion. Twice.
There’s a support group for people seriously injured by foul balls, and if the Dodgers don’t quit talking and start doing, it’s only going to get bigger.
We celebrate girls in baseball with the Maria Pepe Series, cross-train with Women’s World Cup Soccer, mention Curaçao, and reference green adult beverages more than once, because that’s how we roll.