by The Village Elliott
“Never trust a base-runner with a limp. Comes a base hit and you’ll think he just got back from Lourdes.” –Joe Garagiola
Slumping visitors often leave healed,
Like from Lourdes, when they visit Coors Field;
But for Coors humidor
They could heal even more,
Cured by number of runs Rockies yield.
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