Archive for September 10th, 2019

Over the past two games, the team has scored 36 runs. How many base hits do we have over the past two games?

Commentary usually doesn’t give much thought into ballot order in elections. Voters can figure it out when you have three, four or five or so candidates. When you have fifteen candidates, it is a different story. In the #TXHD148SpecialElection , the ballot order draw was held yesterday and here it is:

Anna Eastman, Democratic Party
Penny Morales Shaw, Democratic Party
Luis La Rotta, Republican Party
Chris Carmona, Independent
Kendra Yarbrough Camarena, Democratic Party
Adrian Garcia, Democratic Party
Ryan McConnico, Republican Party
Anna Núñez, Democratic Party
Terah Isaacson, Democratic Party
Carol Denson, Democratic Party
Michele Leal, Democratic Party
Alva Treviño, Democratic Party
Rob Block, Democratic Party
Mia Mundy, Democratic Party
Chris Watt, Democratic Party

Nice for Anna Eastman.

At an event last night that Commentary attended, one of the #TXHD148SpecialElection candidates said that a candidate in the race was being paid to run. Huh?  Prove it, please.

Freshman GOP State Sen. Pat Fallon is considering running against GOP U.S. Senator John Cornyn in the upcoming GOP primary. Run, baby, run!

Commentary will admit it. When we took the lead with 37 seconds left in the game last night, I wasn’t ready to celebrate, and you weren’t either.

Over the past two games, the Astros have 39 base hits of course.

95-50 and still tied with the Yankees for the best record in MLB.

Of our remaining 17 games, 2 are against a playoff contender. The Yankees also have 2 games to play against a contender.

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