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Late update on this, but Giambino is rolling.  Jason Giambi pinch hitting in the 9th, hit his 2nd walk off home run of the season last night to help Colorado win their 10th consecutive game.

415th of his career 43rd All time and 347 behind *Barry Bonds*

“Party like a rock star, hammer like a porn star, rake like an all-star.” JG

-SD

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I blogged yesterday about my long term baseball prop bet and had a slight dig on Giambino for not homering since May.  Well I was wrong, his last long ball was June 23rd versus the Red Sox.  He made up for it today and belted his 5th home run of the season and his 414th career home run tying him for 43rd on the all time list with Darrell Evans and 348 HRs behind *Barry Bonds*

Savor it, could be one Giambino’s last trots around the bases.

-SD

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I just got off the phone with 281 who gave me an idea of a new athlete that might be as cool as Jason Giambi to invite to my birthday party this fall. Brain Wilson (not the singer) but the closer for the San Francisco Giants.  If this dude played on the East Coast he’d have his own TV show by now.  Unfortunately his tucked away in Northern Cal where no has given a shit about baseball since Barry Bonds left the game so he doesn’t get the attention he deserves.  I need to contact him and was gonna through twitter, but apparently Brian cancelled his account when he got in trouble for allegedly being out past curfew, partying in Scottsdale AZ.

Quick bio:

1) Has an IQ of 188 – end of discussion

2) Is from South Boston, he’s Irish

3) Enjoys Cholula Hot Sauce

4) Big fan of the 80s

5) He’s a Ninja

The dude is that far out that he just might make an appearance,

-SD

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When I turned my phone on this morning I recieved the below email and print screen from a rather excitable Base.  Of course he was.  He was about to get burned by the hometown Red Sox who were two outs away from taking his money on Happy Ubaldo Jimenez Day, but he was saved by none other than Jason Giambi.  Giambino hit a TOWERING 2 run walk- off home run to beat the Nation in the ninth and during the process removing two of Jonathan Papelbon’s fingers.  Forgot the US World Cup win, Wimbledon Marathon Match or the US Open this has to be the best sporting moment this Month if not the year.

This puts Jason 2 behind Darrel Evans for 43rd on the all time home run list and  350 HRs behind Barry Bonds.  The chase continues.

“Party like a rock star, hammer like a porn star, rake like an all-star.” JG

from Base
to Seth
date Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 11:41 PM
subject GIIAAAAMMMBBBINNO
Saved Rockies pick. Pap gave up two fingers in the 9th

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I need to set a player alert for Jason Giambi to my BlackBerry, because on Sunday he hit his second dinger of the season in Kansas City, that’s two in the month of May.  He is now 44th on the Career Home Run Leaders list, just 3 behind Darrell Evans for 43rd position, but more importantly 351 Home Runs behind Barry Bonds.  It’s marathon not a sprint.

“Party like a rock start, hammer like a porn star and hit like an all star” J.G.

-SD

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An incredible back and forth game tonight in the feeble Red Sox – Yankees rivalry.  The games ends at the usual four hour mark with Marcus Thames sitting on a Jonathan Papelbon fastball and hitting a walk off home run. The whole thing is ruined when ARod doesn’t celebrate with the team and acts like a complete weirdo because he knows the camera will be on home plate.  I can’t stand this guy.  If I was Brian Cashman I would trade ARod to the Rockies for Jason Giambi straight up and eat ARods $30 mil a year salary.

oh, and somehow Javier Vazquez got the win by throwing 4 pitches, amazing

-SD

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The Great Giambino ripped his first home run this season in the Rockies 6-2 win over the Washington Nationals.  This is the big lefty’s 410th round tripper of his career putting him 4 behind Vladimir Guerrero and Darrell Evans for 42nd on the all time home run list and 352 HRs behind Barry Bonds for the most all-time.

The chase is on.

-SD

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