"We might be fortunate enough to get away with this."Notice it wasn't "I'd go to war with these guys" or, "We can do this with the players we got", or some similar positive jargon. But "fortunate enough to get away with this." If Danny Ocean had said that in the meeting room, Terry Benedict would have caught him and his gang in the basement of the Bellagio and there wouldn't have been two sequels. The End.
"Fortunate enough to get away with this." Not exactly the inspirational tone I need when deciding on how many tickets to buy this season. I don't know about you, but I smell slogan.
"The 2010 New York Mets ... Wha? We Might Get Lucky!"
Snoop also came up with a good one concering Kelvim Escobar, who had committed to the Mets' mini-camp and then never showed up:
Manuel said he had no qualms with the veteran pitcher's decision to skip the voluntary workouts.Oh sure, five innings in two seasons, I've seen plenty. Just, just leave that old VHS of the Blue Jays' highlight reel from 1997 on my desk, that'll do just fine.
"Johan [Santana], it was important for me to see him and Oliver Perez," Manuel said. "I really wanted to see those guys."
"The 2010 New York Mets ... I Don't Actually See The Pitchers."