A most bizarre game

Last night: I decided to blow off some steam by going to a Chiefs game (they were hosting the Bandits). I got there in the first inning after the Chiefs had walked the bases full.

They got out of THAT inning without a run.

In fact, the Chiefs got a home run in the first inning and lead 1-0, and it was 1-1 after 3, though the pitchers had control problems.

And then came the 4’th…which saw QC score 9 runs. They added 2 in the 5’th, 1 in the 6’th, 2 in the 7’th to lead 15-1 going into the top of the 9’th. Then came 6 more via: walk, walk, strike out, shallow fly out (still no runs) then another walk to load the bases with 2 outs. An infielder was called in to get the final out..and he was throwing 60-70 mph pitches (NOT knuckleballs). That lead..predictably to a double, followed by two home runs which added 6 to make it 21-1, which was the final.

This disaster: Chiefs walked 16, hit FIVE batters, gave up 13 hits (ok, 3 with 2 outs in the 9’th…it was the walks that killed us).

I’ve never seen anything like it. Yes, Vickie, Harry and I stayed for the whole thing… 3:24, to do with my 4:25 game on Tuesday night.

Workout notes: just weights this morning (188 body weight) I just felt a bit bloated. pull ups: 5 sets of 10, 1 of 5 (new power rack), bench: 10 x 135, 3 x 185, 5 x 165, incline: 10 x 165, military: 7 x 50 standing, 10 x 45 standing, 15 x 40 standing (dumbbell) rows: 3 sets of 10 x 110 machine. Goblet squats: 10 x 30, 6 x 50, 6 x 50, 10 x 210 leg press, plank, side plank, crow, headstand, knee stretches.

Grades are in. one more duty.