It’s going to take me a while to figure out how the hell to structure my mornings without recaps. I might just link the NBC stuff as it goes live, foregoing the “Exile” post. I may make the mornings more of a series of quick links to other stuff as opposed to full blown posts. Heck, I may just turn this into a blog dedicated to hardcore Whig-party poltical rants (we’re coming back, baby, and this time we’re electing someone who won’t die in office!).
I’ll at least start out with option two, and note that Stephen Strasburg made his professional debut yesterday. He gave up a run on three hits in two innings, thowing 25 pitches in Arizona action. Boras immediately demanded that his contract be renegotiated, noting that there are Hall of Famers who averaged more than 12.5 pitches per inning. “If a major league team were to plug Stephen into their rotation tomorrow,” Boras said, “they could dispense entirely with the expense of bullpen salaries.” The Nats are considering it.
Stay tuned, because later this morning I will be posting a fire-breathing screed regarding the Nullification Crisis and Jackson’s actions with respect to the Bank of the United States. No, we haven’t forgotten, King Andrew, nor will we ever.