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Friday, July 20, 2007

One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other...

Let's play a little game.

There are several autographed baseballs for sale on this link.

Without looking at the names of the player, try and guess which one is signed by the Yankees' melanin rich Robinson Cano.

10 comments:

Burnsy said...

I've heard Roger Clemens signs his on a Japanese reporter's pink slip. Or a white sheet. Whichever.

Dave the Wave said...

I didn't look at the names..and my guess is that the jig ball is Cano's...

what do i win?

Martin said...

Sir, is it the ball that is 25% larger than the rest?

censored said...

another case of a dark athlete getting black-balled. Cant we all just get along?
Abdullah Salami to ya'll.

BoSox Siobhan said...

Sir:
Is it my imagination or is the ARod ball paper-bag brown?

censored said...

the bigger question here is why is the MVP Justin Morneau's autograph selling for less than Cano's? RACISTS!!!!

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Is it my imagination or is the ARod ball paper-bag brown? "

Ma'am, your mind is not playing tricks on you.

Burnsy said...

That's just because of the Canadian exchange rate.

Vance said...

Why would the seller have the Hispanic player, Cano, autograph a black baseball? That is weird.

Yes the Morneau baseball is cheaper than the Cano ball. The pay scale in the Scandinavian welfare state of Minnesota is much lower than the pay scale of New York.

While it true Morneau is Canadian one would think that being French would also detract from the value of his ball, as the French have not had any in centuries.

Tripod said...

"Why would the seller have the Hispanic player, Cano, autograph a black baseball? That is weird."

maybe because he is a black-hispanic...retard.