Such is the case for former San Francisco farmhand Garrett Broshuis.
Broshuis drops one-liners with the ease of a stand up comic...a stand up comic that found himself getting drafted in the fifth round of the 2004 MLB Draft, that is.
TWITTER HANDLE: @Broshuis
The musings of Garrett Broshuis can be found over at his site, Life in the Minors. Broshuis has also been published online by Baseball America and The Sporting News.
I feel like college conferences are in a pre-World War I state of secret alliances. Just waiting for an Archduke Ferdinand moment.
Watching the 1981 version of "Clash of the Titans." Is it supposed to be a comedy? 'Cause I'm finding this hilarious.
Note to Rich White People: Stop doing stupid crap such as attempting to sail around the world when you're 16 just so you can gain attention.
Note to media: Stop showing Rich White People doing stupid stuff (sailing around the world at 16) and maybe they'll stop craving attention.
Dear ESPN: Despite your best efforts to ram the WorldCup down my throat, I will not be watching it. Sincerely, Baseball is Better
Great. End the game in a tie. Who's running this thing? Bud Selig?
Not too shabby.