Frenchy Media Goodies

As you can see, Frenchy is not the only thing that got wider in 2008 — I’ve made the blog fat so I can post bigger pictures. I just thought I should address that, in case anyone was startled.

I stayed home from work this afternoon to watch the game. Oliver Perez did his best to seriously injure himself (I was expecting a lightening storm to blow in after the face plant and his troubles with navigating those tricky dugout stairs didn’t faze him), but otherwise it was pretty dull, though they did interview Bobby, Frenchy and Glavine. Bobby seemed pretty annoyed to have to deal with the ESPN “personalities” while he was trying to watch the game and make important backup catcher decisions, and actually, shockingly, so did Frenchy! I’ve only seen a few 2008 interviews with Frenchy, but he seems kind of cynical and over it, still polite, but not as enthusiastic about answering the same Smoltz/Tiger/golf questions 10,000 times as he has been in years past. I can’t blame him for that.

I am kind of disappointed that he obviously had his wife write this for him (she’s an English teacher who used to write his papers for him in high school). It could have been really funny, but I suppose he is a busy guy with a lot on his mind.

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  1. I thought his sister wrote his papers? Maybe I read it wrong. I’m sure Catie helped out, though. There was not so much coverage on the Heap front, but I’m sure Heap didn’t mind that at all. How come Heap doesn’t have his own blog? That would be an entertaining read.

      1. That wouldn’t surprise me. Only thing I think he’s done is that one article from AJC and then the interview SportSouth/FSN did, which he surprisingly didn’t look like his usual nervous self, and it was pretty long for Heap, too. Good responses as well, although he already looked tired of answering questions about his marriage during the off season.

  2. Perez always seems to pitch well against the Braves. Last year he was 4-1 against them. He really has the potential to be a big #2 behind Santana. A little scarey actually… I don’t wish anyone to get hurt, but him getting injuried really hurts the Mets.

    1. I know — I can’t stand Perez, but when I saw that face plant I did my gasp-flail “no!” thing I always do when something like that happens during a game, to anyone. I’m glad he was alright.

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