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Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Johnnie Damon, Oh How I Love You

You make baseball even more fun. I never thought I would read an autobiography by a high school graduate baseball player, but I bought your book the first day it came out.

My heart almost couldn't take the wedding photos, but you looked so damn hot in that tuxedo. Man, you are just something special to view.

Every time you're up at bat I hold my breath waiting for you to toss that ball out of the park. THWAP! Watching you run around the bases. Oh my, to see you pumping as you round third and run into home. It's like a vision of pure hot heaven.

Johnnie. Yup, just the name makes me happy. When you catch a ball and flash that smile, those teeth gleaming in the bright sunlight. How did anyone get so beautiful?

Nomar is pretty damn hot. Bronson Arroyo, he's hot too. Manny...can't fault that smile and he's just so adorable. Let's face it, the whole damn team is hot. Oh, maybe not Curt, but otherwise, it's a fine looking team. At least we don't have to look at Randy Johnson or watch Jeeter prancing around the dugout. Never mind ARod and his little purse. Yuck.

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