April 08, 2010

The Good Foot


"Seeking to forget makes exile all the longer; the secret of redemption lies in remembrance."
- Richard von Weizsaecker

In two games, Vernon Wells' three home runs represent 20% of his 2009 total.

We remember 2009. And 2007. It is the memory of those two utterly shitastic seasons that will make Wells' 2010 exploits that much sweeter.

He's healthy. He's back. Rejoice.

.714/.778/2.000/2.778

8 comments:

William said...

And he is sitting on "Low" on the Hatred Advisory System too! Way to go, Wells!

Romero should get another W for the Blue Jays tonight. And...the Jays are ahead of the Red Sox in the standings. heh!

William said...

BTW, had trouble loading the page today for some reason. Just a note...

Mattt said...

Vernon's projected HR totals need to be updated. Next game he will hit three and so on until he hits 162 in the final game of the year. This is the course he is currently on. The numbers don't lie.

Hilleraj said...

If this trend continues.... EHHHHH!!

Maybe there should also be a "Vernon Wells Bandwagon Advisory System", to let all the haters from last year know just when to jump back on board. It could range from "Let him pull his own damn wagon" to "Extend that contract to 2020"

kushnir said...

I BELIEVE IN VERON WELLS!!!!



WE ALSO JUST OFFICALY SIGNED OUT SS OF THE FUTURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



GO JAYS GO!!!

looshV said...

WOOT WOOT!!!

O.K. It's like taking an old lover back. She looks hot again and is saying and doing all the right things to get you back but you're afraid of getting sucked in....you know what I'm saying?

Give me time V-Dub, if you stay committed for the long term than I'll welcome you back with open arms and forget about those two years where you left me for dead.

And I just have to say it............SALTALAMACCHIA!!!1

Aquamelli said...

I believe in Vernon...

Cant wait for the home opener! Wish I could take the day off and drive up to Toronto... :( stupid passport law

Mike D said...

"...with the spirit of a hustler and the swagger of a college kid."