Saturday, September 16, 2006

OK Go & Rusty on This Week In Baseball--TODAY
Only one television show in the world that teaches young catchers how to block the plate, and then features an interview with major league guitarist Andy Ross defending the hapless 2006 Boston Red Sox, and talking about his childhood as a Sox follower. If you're a fan of OK Go, baseball, or any other team in the American League, you should definitely tune in. And if you don't like baseball tune in to the great plays of the week, set to Invincible. That'll convince you. It's This Week In Baseball, THIS AFTERNOON on Fox - 3:30 Eastern and Pacific. (If not then, try 4:30pm).

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hooray for rusty ^_^ and jorge you posted the same thing twice O o

2:59 PM  
Anonymous kt said...

i wish i could have seen it =(

11:32 PM  
Anonymous Viridiana said...

Poor Rusty, constantly disappointed by the Sox. That's true devotion right there my friends. haha.

1:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i too would have loved to have seen it.. anyone know where you can find a clip on line of it?

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

damn it i missed it. rusty's a sox fan? oh nooooo.. its okay, but only because its him

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh man! it was on at 2 (central time) not fair!!

i missed it!! :( i haven't found it on youtube or anything

4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

same here T_T i only get in on the bottom of the 6th totally not fair T_T oh well win some lose some

11:02 PM  
Anonymous Suuper.Sim said...

o my guurdness ! i missed it coz i kinda dnt av the channel it was on considering i live in England n stuf ... i reeeli wana c it tho coz ... well it is rusty ! so if ne 1 knows wer i can upload the video den do tell ...
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7:31 AM  
Anonymous Becky said...

Yay Red Sox, yay Rusty!
So, according to the Major League Baseball official website, on TWIB Sep. 16:
"OK GO's Alex Ross relives the 2004 run"
"Alex" Ross? Uh...

2:09 PM  

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