Orioles Sell Their Soul: Camden Site of Next Exorcist Movie

The DoctorCorrespondent IJuly 1, 2009

BOSTON - MAY 1:  General view of the exterior of the Boston Red Sox home field of Fenway Park on May 1, 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo By: Getty Images)

Yes folks it twas a combination of Edgar Allen Poe and Vincent Price that did the Sox in last night in Baltimore. Judging by the reaction over at Camden Chat you would have thought they just won the world series, but in the end they won - we or We lost and that's all that matters.
I would liken it to the USA Soccer Team beating the No. 1. Team in the world, Spain, last week in South Africa as it was that big of an upset, except I can't. Team USA, although they were out played the entire match on every statistical level but one, they won the battle of putting the ball in the net. Now while you could say the same for the Orioles ( I hate that ***ing bird mostly because I have to use spell check to get it right every time I write it) with regard to putting runs across the plate - it isn't even close. 5-2 in the 9th - and then winning 6-5 is a comeback. 10-1 in the 7th and then winning 11-10 essentially in the 8th - is a sinister plot. And since we already have the Evil empire know as the New York Ya*kees, I am left with only on conclusion...
Someone, in fact perhaps many people in Baltimore.... Are going straight to hell when they die as repayment for what we saw on the field last night. They Simply sold their souls.
I mean come on it was 9 runs of "hits" that are never ever hits, blown umpire calls - due we think to demonic possession.
Anyway not to be lost in the fiery pits of hell, was the start by John Smoltz who I am almost ready to say is officially BACK.
Enjoy it O's fans, for the fiery pits of hell await ye. HEH!

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