Johnson A Cub
Rosenthal was right on the money as usual. Reed Johnson has been signed for 1.3 million dollars with the Chicago Cubs, probably to provide some CF depth for prospect Felix Pie. Or he could also steal innings from Matt Murton who should be starting but isn’t.
For laughs, check out Wilners comment on Halladay’s inning from hell on Tuesday:
Wow. I have been watching baseball faithfully for just over 30 years now, and I have never seen anything like this. Roy Halladay faced 10 batters in the top of the fifth, and didn’t retire a single one. The Jays made five errors behind him, three by minor-league call-up John Tolisano, who is currently looking for a pebble on the infield under which to hide.
Oh well, that’s what happens when you have an A-baller playing second base. Time to think back to warm fuzzy thoughts about the last time the Rays beat up the Doc…