Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Anatomy of The Shark

Another day, another victory for the Washington Nationals.  Sadly, they did it without the help of the Shark.  For those of you who are interested, Mike Morse went 2 for 2 (but was caught stealing. Ironically, no Shark-like speed for Mako), Rick Ankiel went 0 for 2, and Nyjer Morgan went 0 for 3.  Word on the street is that Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo had a few jars at home that he just couldn't open, so Bernadina was sent there instead of the game.

It turned out to be a trap! When Bernadina got there, a few of Rizzo's cronies tranquilized him, in order to study him.  Naturally, the Shark escaped.  When the police arrived on the scene, bodies were strewn about, every jar in the house was open, and a piece of paper, documenting the anatomy of the Shark was sitting on a table in Rizzo's lab. The scientists had succeeded. A copy of the document is below.

The document was mostly intact, except for some unexplainable gaps in the glove and ball area.  Don't ask me how I got this, but if you do, I'll tell you.

More to come.

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