In an interview following last night’s win, San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey revealed that his complicated signals to the pitcher were really just a simple game of rock-paper-scissors. Posey disclosed the information when asked whether he and pitcher Madison Bumgarner had any sort of elaborate strategy for getting opponents to strike out.
Sources report that local dad Patrick Sencer, while talking to guests at his recent family BBQ and wielding tongs, was experiencing a massive power trip.
“He’s usually nothing like this,” explained Linda Sencer as her husband schooled the neighborhood children on proper burger flipping technique.
Panting a little from the unexpected workout that was imposed on him, Randy Dinapoli had no choice but to pick his pace up to a light jog when a well-meaning stranger held the door into the Ratty for him from just slightly too far away. “She totally caught me off guard,” Dinapoli complained of the stranger kindly holding the door open for him.
After seeing eight-year-old Sean Dwyer take goggles out of his mom’s beach bag, spectators on Narragansett Beach concluded that this kid must mean business. “He must have some big stuff planned if he came with equipment like that,” reported a beachgoer who spotted the third-grader putting his goggles on and wading into the shallow part of the beach.