April 5th, 2007
|02:29 pm - [beisbol] well, the double play was nice|
Well, if Boston's golden boy Dice-K retired after that lovely first inning and cashed out that contract, he'd have been paid rougly $7.42 million for each ball he gave up.
The odds of him giving up a homer on the first pitch, by the way, were 10,000 to 100, according to the office line-guy.
|Date:||April 5th, 2007 07:39 pm (UTC)|| |
Yes, yes it is.
And I have a hard time believing that 1800ish Baseball games, 18 of them are openned with a homer on their first pitch.
I believe in this case, the odds meant you'd have to put up $100 minimum to get a payoff.
I, too, am a bit confused, but I'm not the bookie here.
Dice-10-K. Not bad, not bad.
We were all bracing for a Schilling meltdown after the first, tho. Hoo boy.
|Date:||April 5th, 2007 11:27 pm (UTC)|| |
DICE-K YOUR HEROICS HAVE LED TO A WINNING WAGER ON BASEBALL STOP
PLEASE DO NOT STOP STOP
STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE STOP
NOW DEAR YANKEES PLEASE WIN SO THE PARLAY HITS STOP
AFTER TODAY PLEASE BURN IN THE FIRES OF HELL YOU FUCKING TEABAGGING YANKEE SONS OF WHORES
(don't stop that)