And the new King of Comedy is … With no band leader banter, no “APPLAUSE” sign, no Ed Sullivan Theatre and without the help of 72 comedy writers, Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld defeated Steven Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel. A Gut punch for CBS, NBC and ABC. News filtered over to CNN, and they are working on a late-night comedy show featuring the Cuomo brothers and that hilarious giant Q-Tip.
Another funny loser. The Orioles had lost 19 straight heading into Wednesday night’s game with the Angels. And yes, that makes Stitches feel so much better about our skid. Keegan Akin (0-8, ERA 7.92) throws for the O’s. No reason to get into the ugly details. That would be “Akin” to harassment. The Angels’ Jaime Barria has lost two straight, evening his record at 2-2. Barris was shelled for eight runs over five frames. An opening? Maybe. Play 10 units on the Orioles.
The beat goes on. For the Mets and for Stitches. Giants 3, Mutts 2. Pete Alonso popped up with the bases loaded in the ninth. Pete-thetic. Down -1,287 lettermen.
Author : Stitches