The Rain Rain Rain Came Down Down Down

The rain rain rain came down down down
In rushing rising riv’lets
Till the river crept out of its bed
And crept right into Piglet’s

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For Piglet he was frightened with quite a rightful fright
And so in desperation a message he did write
He placed it in a bottle and it floated out of sight

And the rain rain rain came down down down
So Piglet started bailing
He was unaware atop his chair
While bailing he was sailing

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(Prediction) World Series 2017: Why There Will Be a Benches-Clearing Brawl

Misreading geographical-cultural cues will lead to a benches-clearing brawl.

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Astros, Carlos Correa, Alex Bregman, Jose Altuve, and Yuli Gurriel will misread Andre Ethier’s wonderment as excessive, inexcusable, offensive, and unprovoked mean mugging.

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Andre Ethier will actually have been pondering if he could have made it up to Starbucks before the next inning.

(Prediction) World Series 2017: Why There Will Be a Benches-Clearing Brawl

The first reason for a brawl  will be due to the hostility between the Los Angeles Dodgers 3rd baseman Justin Turner, and The two Houston Astros’s Evan Gattis and Brian McCann.

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920x920Turner is bitter that he was unable to convince Gattis and McCann to let him become a Slag Brother.

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Rock and Gavel sternly and  mercilessly rejected Granite’s request.

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Rich Hill

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Surprisingly, I am talking about Rich Hill again. His composure after being hit in the throat two weeks ago prompted me to post about baseball. Now, I am compelled to mention him again because of tonight’s performance (August 23, 2017) against the Pittsburgh Pirates (61-66, 4th in National League Central ). I watch many teams and players, yet here we are again with Rich Hill.

Rich Hill (37 years old) pitched eight perfect innings. He threw nine no-hit innings. Then on his 99th pitch of the evening, and fourth pitch of the 10th inning, Pirate’s 2nd baseman Josh Harrison hit a ball deep into left field giving the Pirates a walk-off win.

The Dodgers (89-36, 1st in National League West) lost to the Pirates, 1-0.

What a time to watch baseball.