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The Unbeatable Lightness of Nothing

Nothing whatsoever of note happened in Port St. Lucie this afternoon. And it was the best kind of nothing there can be.
Pitchers pitched. Hitters hit. Or didn't. There was running. Lots of running. Tons of running. Get your running in.
Buncha guys got dressed up in their Wednesday afternoon finery, every gosh darn one of them. They looked fantastic. Whoever they were.
There was a score. It was inconsequential. It's not so much that I've forgotten it. I shouldn't have bothered to learn it in the first place.
Nothing happened. It was televised. They'll repeat it tonight. Definitely tune in. It's nothing worth watching all over again.

4 comments to The Unbeatable Lightness of Nothing

  • Anonymous

    Well, I enjoyed it. Not nearly enough Endy for my liking but I suppose I should be used to that by now. And I should probably (inexplicably) get used to still more of it.
    Paul Lo Duca looks like he swallowed a whale.

  • Anonymous

    nothing happened?!?!?!? Mr. Infinity got 3 outs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! badmets loves Lino!!!!! (btw, thanks jason for linking to me)

  • Anonymous

    That ERA is down to 54.00 now.
    Muy bien, Lino! And nice little blog, badmets!

  • Anonymous

    thanks nostra– but his ERA still reigns supreme at infinity… exhibition doesnt count… but we're rooting for him to shatter it come april!