.gifs at TheScore.com

I’ve been recruited by theScore.com to do some .gif work on the weekends with the Getting Blanked blog. I’ve already got quite a few posts up, some of them Phillies-related, so here’s a run-down of what’s been posted so far:

  • Reds change their signs against the Phillies [Link]
  • Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper swindles a kettle corn vendor [Link]
  • Chicago Cubs fail at baseball [Link]
  • Josh Hamilton gets phantom-tagged to end the game [Link]
  • Josh Bard is thankful for the invention of the facemask [Link]
  • Fan interference in Florida [Link]
  • Roy Oswalt’s showmanship with the Phillies [Link]
  • Juan Samuel gets a kiss, Pete Orr ruins the sausage race [Link]
  • Alex Presley pulls a Jason Michaels [Link]

If you are watching a game and see something you think is .gif-worthy, let me know. You can contact me via email (CrashburnAlley [at] gmail.com), Twitter, Facebook, and even by leaving a comment on this here blog as well as Getting Blanked. It helps if you include information that can help me find the event quickly when I go back through the archives. Information such as…

  • A description of what happened
  • Team broadcast (e.g. Phillies CSN or Pirates ROOT)
  • Inning
  • Outs
  • Batter at the plate
  • Pitch Number

… is very helpful in allowing me to quickly find and create the .gifs. The more information you provide, the more likely it is that I will use your suggestion in a post.

So, look for me at Getting Blanked every Saturday and Sunday between now and at least the end of the post-season. I’m part of a team with quite a few great bloggers as well who each do excellent work in their own right, so I highly recommend making it a part of your web-surfing routine.

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  1. Moose

    September 11, 2011 02:08 AM

    i need to know who stomped that cup in the sausage race. excellent idea, premature execution

  2. Shazbot

    September 11, 2011 01:50 PM

    I wouldn’t mind seeing a .gif of Prince Fielder whiffing on that head-high fastball from Doc on friday. Man, he looked bad.

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