The Posey Family Hates the Padres

Man, ball players will do anything to get inside the head of their opponent. San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey’s little sister, Samantha Posey, a college softball player at Valdosta State, hit for the Home Run Cycle. Heh? The Home Run Cycle? What the hell is that? Yeah, in a double header, she hit a solo blast, a two-run HR, a three-run HR, and a grand slam. Here’s how this went down last week… Riiiiiiing.
Samantha: “Hello?”
Buster: “Hey sis, it’s Buster.”
Samantha: “Oh hey, what’s up? Still on your high horse from that Rookie of the Year thing last year?”
Buster: “Yeah, I totally am… but I didn’t call to brag about that this time… Did you know that in addition to never throwing a no-hitter, the San Diego Padres have never had a player hit for the cycle?”
Samantha: “Seriously? I thought Jody Gerut hit for the cycle?”
Buster: “Oh he did, but that was after the Padres traded him to the Brewers for Tony Gwynn, Jr., who now plays for the Dodgers. That’s funny, right?”
Samantha: “Sure Buster, hysterical. Why did you call me again?”
Buster: “Oh, right… so, the Padres still think they’re badass for absolutely crushing us in the regular season last year, even though we won game 162… oh and the World Series. So, I thought it’d be cool for you to hit for the cycle just to mess with them. You know…get them all angry because it will show that even girls can hit for the cycle and they can’t. Think you can do that for me?”
Samantha: “Sure, I have a double header, want to me just hit the Home Run Cycle and really eff with ’em?”
Buster: “I don’t know what that means, but YES.”
Samantha: “Ok, one condition though… if I do this… you can’t call me anymore. We’ll see each other on Christmas. Okay?”
Buster: “Sounds good, I can just call my Rookie of the Year trophy if I get bored.”


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