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A Letter to This Guy

Dear Cardinals fan,
When a homerun ball is hit in your direction, do not close your eyes and raise both hands far above your head, leaving your face/chest/neck/head defenseless. Jayson Werth long balls to the cranium are probably not very comfortable. Next time, let the guy in the pajama pants behind you take a crack at it. He may not know how to dress well, but he keeps his eyes open in the face of killer shots from World Champion outfielders.

Love,

PhoulBallz.com

PS- Stay hot.




Comments

Jay Floyd said…
It's also worth (Werth?) mentioning that the only person in the picture with a baseball mit is about the only person that stayed seated...and he's HOLDING the mit in the wrong hand.

I thought St. Louis was a baseball town. Why can't anyone catch a baseball?
Amanda said…
Hahaha. Wow. I love how everybody around him is scared of the ball too.
Canadian Wood said…
Hahaha. The look on his face is priceless.

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