Hark! The Herald Hornblowers Blow

Angel Choir

When important things happen it is imperative that we celebrate with the blowing of horns.  The Herald Angels knew this, as do the self-assured retirees at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in Dunedin.

Who amongst us has not yearned to bellow thusly?  This is not simply the unmodulated cacophony of fools and dumb children, as it was that horrible night in Miami when the Marlins handed out free vuvuzelas.  This is strategic!  So let the denizens of that far dugout hear the grey lions roar!  Then, as conquerors, we shall return to the somewhat old yet virtuous women of the Sunset Village Retirement Community and we shall bruise in them the serpent’s head, joining Thine to ours, and ours to Thine, as the randy hymnal suggests all good Christians do.

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Brett Lawrie Needs to Adjust Himself

When Major Leaguers are rehabilitating from injury, they frequently play a few games for their franchise’s Minor League affiliate just before returning to the Bigs.  Such was the case for Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie during a recent Florida State League Division Championship game at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in Dunedin.  Now, a while back over at Tropicana Field, the BBB scouting department had previously entered into their Atari Portfolio PDA that Brett Lawrie is a fidgety sort, fussing and twitching and adjusting himself throughout the entirety of his defensive outings.  So, we were primed to notice his behavior at this Minor League game, where we moved in to capture some close-up video and synchronize it to horns and whistles for your giggly entertainment.


Thank you for watching.  You may now return to your Taco Bell entrée and Jerry Bruckheimer production.

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