So I've spent the last few months bothering Blue Jays analyst Gregg "with three Gs" Zaun via twitter, perhaps the greatest invention ever invented for people who find joy in bothering Blue Jays analyst Gregg "with three Gs" Zaun.
So at last night's 16-0 shellacking of the Jays by the Oakland A's I made sure as hell to bother Blue Jays analyst Gregg "with three Gs" Zaun (trying to get him to read my previous ideas for a Blue Jays movie) via Twitter like this:
Which eventually led to me taking this photograph of a sign holding co-worker (not my wife) and tweeting it to Blue Jays analyst Gregg "with 3 G's" Zaun:
Which my boy, Blue Jays analyst Gregg "with 3 Gs" Zaun, brought to Sportsnet's Hazel Mae, which became this*:
So, what does one take away from this exciting turn of events? Four things:
- Hazel Mae has difficulty pronouncing the common surname "Mirman"
- Apparently when Ricky Romero notices the crowd paying more attention to Zaun than himself, he likes to give up 8 runs in 1.3 innings to teach them a lesson.
- Zaun has no problem with Neil Patrick Harris playing his co-analyst Jamie Campbell
- Gregg Zaun's life needs to be played by someone who can tackle deep, nuanced character work, hence his choice of Sean Penn. After careful review, I'm saying that although I'm not averse to Penn, maybe country superstar Travis Tritt is a better choice:
*thanks to my boy @wendo17 for apparently not having to work on Thursdays, allowing him to video tape Jays broadcasts