Glenn is subdued. Dave as well. Glenn cannot get away from the note cards.
What I have learned so far:
The Blue Jays' pitcher spells his name Litsch.
Dave likes "The Tale of The Tape" for home runs. Glenn doesn't. Or, wait a minute, he does, but only would if there is consistency in measuring it between ballparks. The matter is closed. Two minutes later, Glenn says, to sum it all up, I would like it if there was consistency between the parks.
Also, I learned during that exchange that The Tale Of The Tape is like eating a hot dog, since according to Glenn, you like it, but don't want to see how they came up with it. Folks, I am not making this up....
Dave likes The Police, and thinks its members are good musicians. The Police is (are?) not Glenn's cup of tea, although Glenn's wife likes the Police. I'm dying to know what bands Glenn fancies, but I'm guessing he's not into death metal.
Glenn thinks the word "bat-boyed" is a verb, as in "Litsch bat-boyed for the Devil Rays just 4 years ago". Dave, to his credit, says, "Is bat-boyed a word?" Glenn assures him it is. I doubt it.
I also learned a whole lot about whatever is written on Glenn's notecards.
Dave announces the sell out at Fenway and has a call-back to Geffner's brave prediction of same on Friday night. (see this post)
God, this is brutal.