FIRE JOE MORGAN: An Examination of the Three Key Senate Races that Could Decide Control of Congress

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Saturday, October 28, 2006

 

An Examination of the Three Key Senate Races that Could Decide Control of Congress

Just kidding. It's another Eckstein article.

But with an Asian twist: this is from the Taiwanese Taipei Times.

Yes. Our little friend with the big gritty sub-10 VORP has penetrated the hearts of our brothers and sisters half a world away.

Read the article, or read my fun word snipets below. Either way, ni hao, Taipei Times! Huān yíng guāng lín!

Let me tell you about David Eckstein
"He had done everything that a lead-off man should do."
"He had gotten on base."
"He stole second base."
"He slid into third on a passed ball by the Braves catcher."
"He hit a double."
Davy
Little
All 170cm of him (That metric twist is my favorite part.)
Overlook
"What he lacks in height, he makes up for with pure ?"
"I'm not even sure of the word for it. Heart?"
Gumption?
Incredible will?
Sprint for first base
Diving [for a ground ball]
Shortstop who never quits
Very large shoes
Unlikely
Unexpected
Completely underestimated
Faith

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posted by Ken Tremendous  # 6:28 PM
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A very large tip of the cap to Tony for the link.
 
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