Wednesday, March 31, 2010

ONE WEEK UNTIL OPENING DAY

Hey what's up everyone? As you all already know, on Sunday I was sent down to Minor League Spring Training to begin preparing for our season to start. Our first game is only a week away on April 8th in Portland, Oregon. Over the last few days I haven't really done a whole lot. Towards the end of Major League Spring Training my left hand started to get pretty sore for some reason so I have taken the last few days off of hitting to try and let it heal up a little bit before the season starts. Over those few days I have been spending most of my time fielding ground balls in the mornings and icing down my hand in the afternoons. It hasn't been the most exciting time in the world, but I need to make sure I am ready to go pain free in another week or so. I wish there was more things to talk about but I can't really think of anything cool enough to mention.

I've spent most of my nights watching TV shows like 24 and American Idol. If you haven't seen this season of 24 yet or you are waiting to watch when it comes out on DVD in a few months don't read any further because I'm going to ruin it for you. I like the show and I have watched most of the seasons since it began. I agree that it is the same damn thing every single year except for the origin of the terrorists, but for some reason I still get excited to watch. The thing that pisses me off, like in any TV show, is when they run out of twists and just start throwing in random stuff to fill time. Dana Walsh now has like twelve different identities. There is not enough time in the day to be that many different people, even if nobody seems to sleep on that show for weeks at a time. That is my complaint for the day, although it won't stop me from being in front of my TV next Monday night watching like I always do.

P.S.

Jack Bauer once forgot where he put his keys. He spent the next half-hour torturing himself until he gave up their location.

2 comments:

  1. LOL @ P.S. (mental image is way too funny).
    It is nice to hear that you take some time off for minor aches and pains, it makes you human. Now I don't feel so bad for missing practice this week from a bad hop sprained pinky.

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  2. Belgian Padres fan here. I hope you do well this season so I can see you play in some Padres games. Also thanks for the spoilerwarning! I planned on watching this season so I'm really glad you were honest enough to protect me from potential spoilers :)

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