Monday, June 27, 2005
Even for Jay Mariotti, this is bad. Today, he goes with the "Korey" moniker for Corey Patterson in his waste of Suntimes allotted space. Not only does Jay plagiarize the term from the blogosphere, but his column is factually inaccurate:
"Did you see (Korey's) homer that gave Prior and Jerome Williams a cushion in the 2-0 follow-up win?"
Factually, Korey's homer was the winning hit as it opened the scoring to make the game 1-0 in favor of the Cubs.
Any of you think, like I do, that Jay discovered the "Korey" thing last weekend and planned to include it in today's column because it was "catchy" regardless of Korey's actual performance?
The rest of the column suggests not believing that a team 2 games over .500, 4-6 over their last 10 games, and winners of only 2 series out of their last six, is a playoff bound team.
Slow down, there Jay! Some of us will have sprint for a while to catch up to the original, unique, and fresh way of thinking!
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