Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Is it wrong that this makes me happy?
blah blah blah...kids want me to play...yadda yadda...want me out of the house...afraid I'm going to throw half a broken bat at them...
ha ha, just kidding. That wasn't libel, just good fun.
Anyway, there's nothing libelous enough that I could make up to compare with his self-indicting remarks. This quote gives me a warm feeling in my heart:
He felt fine after the World Baseball Classic and left the tournament impressed by the quality of the international teams -- and the devotion of the Japanese and South Korean fans.
Remembering back to a Japan-South Korea game in Anaheim, Calif., Clemens said he took clothes to a dry cleaners and was told he wouldn't get them back for nearly a week.
"They said, 'You've got no chance,' they told me," Clemens said. "I said, 'I'm going to get it tomorrow, right?' And then she goes, `No chance, we're going to the game.' So we couldn't get dry cleaning done out there, but I guess the neatest thing about them was there were about 50,000 of them at Anaheim Stadium, Korea and Japan.
I didn't catch the rest of the interview, but I'm guessing it went something like this:
Clemens: *looks around*
Just to pile on, how about we check in with his wife's product line.