Carlos Gomez made the game saving catch of the season last night. 2 outs, man on first, bottom of the 9th. Joey Votto has a 2-2 count worked against him and hits an absolute bomb straight back past center field. Votto even ripped a page out of Griffey’s technical swing book, dropping the bat as if he knew he’d just won the game for his team. Not if Carlos Gomez had anything to say about it, with more than enough time to get to the wall and time the descent of the ball, Gomez sprung up and snagged what would be a text book walk off home run. Votto started complaining about something, but there’s nothing to complain about here, folks. Francisco Rodriguez records his 303rd save, and Gomez who’s in a NL MVP race, also leading the MLB in WAR just earned himself another notch. Take you hat off, slow clap, kneel before your computer, and repeat these words; “We’re not worthy, we’re not worthy.” Your browser does not support iframes.
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Last week we got to witness MLB history with John Scott Lewinski of CraveOnline at the Milwaukee Brewers game as Aaron Hill hit for the cycle for the second time in two weeks – a feat that hasn’t been done since the last 1800′s. The stadium was amazing and our new friend for life, Miller Park’s executive chef John Demartini, took us on a food tour of the stadium that included a gourmet southwestern menu prepared for fans to honor the night’s opponent, a 26 inch hot dog called the Giant Slugger and a specialty called the Meat Parfait which was four layers of fresh mashed potatoes layered with pulled pork and barbecued beef. All-in-all the day was a huge win for The Roosevelts/America and a crushing loss to our waistline.
The fifth stadium of our Windows Phone Baseball Bucket List began with an exclusive tour of Miller Park’s unique array of locally made food. Miller Park’s head chef John DiMartini started us off at the Chef’s Table.