Shaker's Rap - It's Lloyd Moseby Time

jaysThings are downright depressing in Jays town. Last in the American League East, we've lost 6 in a row and only 2 of our past 10 games. It's officially code blue, and you know what that means...

It's time for the Shaker Mo. Shaker's Rap, a 12" single from 1986 that Joel graciously ripped for me, will make everything better for us Jays fans. It opens with a great Tom Cheek home run call and stars centre fielder extraordinaire, Lloyd Moseby. This should guarantee the streak stops at 6.

When life gives you lemons, break out some Shaker's Rap.

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Ajax Mike

A 12' single? That turntable would fill an entire room! Thank god for technology, eh? ;)

April 27, 2008 @ 12:11 PM

Toronto Mike

Yeah, 12' singles would be pretty big.

I've fixed the offending typo.

April 27, 2008 @ 5:06 PM

Toronto Mike

And by the way, the Shaker's Rap did the trick. The 6 game losing streak is over.

April 27, 2008 @ 5:16 PM

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