26
Jun
08

Tim Wakefield Got a Lot Uglier


Tim Wakefield pitched a gem of a game last night, allowing 2 hits over seven shutout innings but his most impressive accomplishment was undergoing an intensive Face/Off operation immediately after leaving the game, changing identities with Randy Johnson during the 7th inning stretch. I’m going to assume it was done so that Wakefield could go undercover at the national Ugly Man competition while tracking some missing diamonds.

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Wow, he really can do it all, first he was an infielder, than he became a very successful knuckleballer and now he’s also an international crime fighter. Awesome!


4 Responses to “Tim Wakefield Got a Lot Uglier”


  1. 1 the roomate
    June 26, 2008 at 10:09 am

    ESPN does it again! Also, props to the baseball tonight crew last night for calling Jerry Manuel Willie Randolph and not aknowledging their mistake.

    p.s. I think that picture of RJ is heavily airbrushed, he looks so young and shiny! Maybe the best picture they could find was his High-School yearbook photo and they just photoshopped a hat on it.

    p.p.s. what do you think RJ’s secret nickname was in High School? It couldn’t have been much fun being 6-10, gangly, and akward.


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