Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Recall Uggla: 2008

Some people say that Dan Uggla is the best second baseman in the National League. Others are calling him an MVP candidate.

But does an MVP ground into an inning-ending double play with the go-ahead run on third?

Does an MVP strike out looking at a 67 MPH curve ball?

Does an MVP commit three errors in a game?

Is that the kind of performance worthy of an "All-Star?"

Does 0-for-4 with three strike outs and three errors reflect your values?

We say no!

We need to stand up for our values and recall Dan Uggla.

Dan Uggla: A disgrace to the National League. A disgrace to baseball.


Paid for by the committee to recall Dan Uggla and retroactively add Pat Burrell to the National League All-Star Team.


Gellman said...

You made Dan Uggla's kid cry with this post. He is even wearing that little Uggla jersey he had on for the derby, and now he is crying.


dayf said...

JD Drew didn't just win the All Star Game MVP did he? I'm beginning to hate this game. Can they just replay games from the 60's and 70's for the next few years?

Royalblue said...

Chris has a good point. And deserves credit for bringing it to light. Pat Burrall would have been a better choice. At this point Dan Uggla might even agree. Oh well, we all have rotten days. To bad Dan had his at the All Star game.

Anonymous said...

For every Cubs, Cardinals, Brewers, Phillies, Marlins, Mets, Braves, and Diamondbacks fan out there who wanted to see the NL get home field in the World Series, I say that you suck, Mr. Uggla.

jv said...

You know what screwed Dan Uggla? That whole, "my daddy wanted me to play at Yankee Stadium one day" crap

As soon as I heard that, I knew that he was going to have a shitty night...