Usually in these polls, Ron Washington only takes Texas, Washington and Washington, D.C.
His greatest talents are not with a rake. Good for him.
"You can't say enough about Albert Pujols," said Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa. "Two hits in consecutive at-bats in the World Series? It's select company. There can't be more than 900 or so players who have done that. And when you consider there are more than 7 billion people in the world? Exclusive."
The Elias Sports Bureau did not report the exact number of players who have had back-to-back hits in the World Series "this is even too stupid and boring for us to research, which is a new first," said a spokesman but did confirm that Pujols tied the record. "Of course, dumbass," said the Elias spokesman. "How could anyone do better?"
Picture Tony LaRussa is a Handsome Man
If his baseball career doesn't work out, there's always modeling.
Or possibly just racist.
Opinion World Series Viewing BINGO
Cruel twist to not shade Missouri red, SportsNation. You're lucky their fans are too nice to care.
We can all stop pretending he's a genius now.
He also bleeds Cardinals red.