He throws a pitch and batters hide in fright

by EvilBanner

Enjoyment for the readers of Good Phight,
The trade we made for Mr. Halladay;
He throws a pitch and batters hide in fright.

His perfect game–the manliest, alright.
He’ll lift some weights and then go out and play!
Enjoyment for the readers of Good Phight.

We thought that trading Lee was not too bright.
We thought we’d lose, and surely rue the day.
He throws a pitch and batters hide in fright.

The big righthander’s murder in the night.
He tortures batters, grabs their flesh to flay.
Enjoyment for the readers of Good Phight!

His cutter rapes the batters of their sight,
They flail about and stammer from dismay.
He throws a pitch and batters hide in fright.

And Uncle Charlie, blessed with manful might
To pitch him on short rest is wise, I say.
Enjoyment for the readers of Good Phight.
He throws a pitch and batters hide in fright

Posted on 10/7/10 on the Phillies blog, The Good Phight, which has been a source for some great fan poetry of late.


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