Stuff that Might Vaguely Resemble Optimism

*The Giants are only 2.5 games back.

*Only one player went on the DL today.  The honor went to Eli Whiteside.

*Only one player got hurt today.  That would be Pablo Sandoval.

*No, seriously.  The Giants are only 2.5 games back.

*Lincecum pitched a seriously awesome game last night.

*Belt is all rested for, um, tomorrow!  Or the next day.  Or whatever.

*Really!  I mean it!  The Giants are only 2.5 games back.

*Beltran might be doing better. 

*Wilson might- might, might- be doing better.

*You don’t believe me?  The Giants are actually only 2.5 games back.

*While our starter for tomorrow may be 7-11 on the year, theirs is 1-7.

*6-0 looks prettier than 6-2 or something.  If they’re going to lose, shutouts do look rather nice.

*Cold hard proof about aforementioned fact!

There is always a bright side, my friends.  With scoops of chocolate fudge ice cream in waffle cones.  And wins.  Lots of wins.  Okay.  I am officially going insane here.   Lots of wins is not exactly on the horizon.  But that is what we pay Sabes the big bucks for and there is definitely, uh, talent here, so wins are potentially, kinda-sorta, possibly possible!

Good night, world.

Diamond Girl

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2 responses to “Stuff that Might Vaguely Resemble Optimism

  1. I think the Giants are going to make the playoffs. The Dbacks are not as strong of a team and do not have good pitching depth since Marquis was injured. If i think the Rays have a shot of making the playoffs, than I definitely think the Giants have a great chance. They just need to get healthy, and starting Brandon Belt wouldn’t hurt either.
    http://yossif.mlblogs.com/ (The Rays Rant)

    • sfdiamondgirl

      Getting healthy is definitely the first step. And I agree about the Giants really being stronger than the Diamondbacks. It’ll just be a matter of whether or not the Giants can play to their potential. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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