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Congratulasians to Hideki Matsui, who was named World Series MVP after the Yankees finished off the Phillies, 7-3, in six Wednesday. Matsui, whose nickname is “Godzilla” in Japan, had a monster night in the Series clincher–he homered, doubled, and singled while tying the record for most RBI (6) in a World Series game. The 35 year-old hit .615 in the Series overall.
Matsui is the first Japanese-born baseball player to receive the Most Valuable Player honor and described Wednesday night as “the best moment of my life right now.” It also may have been his last moment as a Yankee, since he’s reached the end of a four year-contract with the team.
So what’s next for the Japanese outfielder/DH?
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Says the monkey: “Isn’t the peace sign something that anorexic-looking actresses flash for the paparazzi cameras just before they realize they no longer have careers? Jesus H., it’s like I’m trapped in some kind of fucking celebutard peace sign epidemic or something! Here a peace sign, there a peace sign, everywhere a peace sign. Peace, peace, peace everywhere I turn–so why does it feel like my insides are at WAR? I wager it’s because skeletor chick next to me has awful ashtray breath and refuses to wear blush and it makes my sex organs want to both shrivel up and implode at the same time. UGH. God, I wish I was alive so I could hitchike the hell outta here. Hideki Matsui, save meeeeeeeeeee!”
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Happy 34th birthday to to Hideki Matsui, oh ye of the golden glove and bat! This is your first year as a married man and your last year in the lovely “early thirties”… live it up!
Have you ever seen a Japanese Chin?
No, not that one. This one: