September 2011

Q and A With David Huff

Today’s Q and A is on David Huff. Starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians.

Although he hasn’t pitched as many game this year as he has in the past two years with the Indians, David Huff has still dominated on the mound. With 19 strikeouts through 26 innings pitched.

Below’s Q and A entry is meant to help you better understand David Huff’s interests:

1.) Favorite type of music.

“Classic Rock.”

2.) Favorite song.

“Stranglehold. (By Ted Nugent.)”

3.) Favorite food.

“PB&J.”

4.) Favorite T.V. show.

“Family Guy.”

5.) Favorite movie.

“Rudy.”

6.) Favorite book.

“October 1964.”

7.) Favorite thing to do in free time.

“Call of Duty: Black Ops.”

8.) Favorite time of year.

“California Winter.”

9.) Favorite sport, besides baseball.

“Soccer.”

10.) Favorite player growing up.

“Tom Glavine.”

11.) Favorite shoe brand.

“Nike.”

12.) Favorite car.

“Austin Martin DBS.”

13.) Favorite subject, when in school.

“History.”

14.) Favorite quote.

“Limits, like fears, are nothing but an illusion.-Michael Jordan”

15.) Favorite moment of baseball career thus far.

“My CG against the Texas Rangers. (AL Champs.)”

I hope this helped you to learn more about David Huff of the Cleveland Indians.

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Big thanks to David Huff for answering my questions.

You can follow David Huff on twitter: @theREALdavehuff

The next Q and A entry will be posted Wednesday, September 7, on Brandon McCarthy, of the Oakland Athletics.

PAST Q AND A ENTRIES: Brent Lillibridge, Daniel Hudson, Mike O’Hara and Ryan Wagner, Jeremy Guthrie, Bryan Harper, Casper Wells, and Bud Norris.

Chris Rose Beard?

If you watch Intentional Talk you know EXACTLY where this question comes from. If not, then it probably doesn’t make any sense.

Vote whether or not you think Chris Rose is capable of growing a beard. I’ll tally up the votes sometime in the near future.

 

Q and A With Bud Norris

Today’s Q and A entry is on Bud Norris. Starting pitcher for the Houston Astros.

Since he began his career with the Astros back in 2009, Bud Norris has dominated on the mound, getting better with each year. (161 strikeouts this season alone.)

Below’s Q and A is meant to help you learn what Bud Norris likes:

1.) Favorite type of music.

“Rap and now getting into house.”

2.) Favorite song.

“Any Journey song.”

3.) Favorite food.

“Steak.”

4.) Favorite T.V. show.

“Entourage or The League.”

5.) Favorite movie.

“Shawshank Redemption, or Office Space.”

6.) Favorite book.

“A Good Walk Spoiled.”

7.) Favorite thing to do in free time.

“Relax with family and friends.”

8.) Favorite time of year.

Left unaswered.

9.) Favorite sport, besides baseball.

“Golf.”

10.) Favorite player growing up.

“Barry Bonds.”

11.) Favorite shoe brand.

“Aldo or Nike.”

12.) Favorite car.

“Mercedes or Maserati.”

13.) Favorite subject, when in school.

“Math.”

14.) Favorite quote.

“Some people dream of success, while others wake up early and work at it.”

15.) Favorite moment of baseball career thus far.

“My first big league win against St. Louis. Beat Wainwright. 7 innings, like 3 hits and 0 runs.”

I hope this helped you to learn more about Bud Norris of the Houston Astros.

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Big thanks to Bud Norris for answering my questions.

You can follow Bud Norris on twitter: @BudNorris20

The next Q and A entry will be posted Monday, September 5, on David Huff, of the Cleveland Indians.

PAST Q AND A ENTRIES: Brent Lillibridge, Daniel Hudson, Mike O’Hara and Ryan Wagner, Jeremy Guthrie, Bryan Harper, and Casper Wells.

Q and A With Casper Wells

Today’s Q and A is on Casper Wells. Outfielder for the Seattle Mariners.

Though he hasn’t been playing for the Mariners for a long time, Casper has had quick success. He’s hit 10 home runs as wells as collected 26 RBI’s.

Below’s Q and A is meant to inform you of Casper Well’s interests:

1.) Favorite type of music.

“My life revolves around rap and chill music.”

2.) Favorite song.

“Too many favorites.”

3.) Favorite food.

“Sushi.”

4.) Favorite T.V. show.

“Entourage.”

5.) Favorite movie.

“Ace Ventura Pet Detective.”

6.) Favorite book.

“Bible.”

7.) Favorite thing to do in free time.

“Go on a boat.”

8.) Favorite time of year.

“Fall.”

9.) Favorite sport, besides baseball.

“Football.”

10.) Favorite player growing up.

“Ken Griffey Jr.”

11.) Favorite shoe brand.

“Cole Haan.”

12.) Favorite car.

“Porsche Cayenne.”

13.) Favorite subject, when in school.

“Math.”

14.) Favorite quote.

“You only live once.”

15.) Favorite moment of baseball career thus far.

“Now.”

I hope this helped you to learn more about Casper Wells of the Seattle Mariners.

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Big thanks to Casper Wells for answering my questions.

You can follow Casper Wells on twitter: @UpstateBaller

The next Q and A entry will be posted Sunday, September 4, on Bud Norris, of the Houston Astros.

PAST Q AND A ENTRIES: Brent Lillibridge, Daniel Hudson, Mike O’Hara and Ryan Wagner, Jeremy Guthrie, and Bryan Harper.

R.A. Dickey or Tim Wakefield?

Internet Issues

If you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you realize that Saturday and Wednesday came and went without a Q and A entry. (Something I said I was going to do every Saturday and Wednesday.) I wasn’t able to post one due to my lack of internet. But my internet is now fixed. So here’s what I’m planning to do:

Saturday: Q and A entry, on Casper Wells. (Make up for last Saturday.)

Sunday: Q and A entry, on Bud Norris. (Make up for yesterday.)

Monday: Q and A entry, on David Huff. (Make up for this coming Saturday.)

Tuesday: I may or may not post an entry on a random baseball topic. (It all depends on how much time I have.)

Things will then return to normal. With me doing a Q and A entry every Saturday and Wednesday. (With random baseball related entries inbetween.)

If you’re confused, that’s okay. I’m confused too.

But I hope you get the general idea of what’s to come.

Also, I’m getting SO many players to answer my questions, that if I continue doing ONLY two a week, it’ll take me over 12 weeks to get them all posted. That’s 3 months, which goes WAY past my original plan of being done by the end of the regular season. So, I’m going to leave it up to you. Leave a comment, letting me know whether you would rather me keep things the way they are, and have the Q and A entries continue on into November. Or, should I start doing three or four a week, to make sure I’m done by the end on the baseball season. Leave a comment, and let me know what you, the reader, would prefer…..

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