Monday, March 29, 2010


If you've got something that might be repossessed, you should get a good look at the person that takes it and ask for an autograph. Why? Because it might be a former major league pitcher.

Scott Strickland lost his competition for the last pitching spot on the Florida Marlins roster.

And because of that decision by the Marlins, someone might now lose their car quicker than they might have.

Not following me here? Well, maybe it would help to explain that Strickland — a 33-year-old journeyman who had a promising career derailed by elbow problems — has said that he probably won't take another assignment to the Marlins' minor league system.

It would also definitely help to explain that Strickland started a second job as a repo man this past winter to help pay the bills for his family of four. 

Also be on the lookout if Carlos Silva knocks on your door...

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