So the playoffs were starting and I was running out of material. Ellsbury got cast as Galadriel, mostly due to the man-crush everyone in New England had on him.
Short entry, playing off the intro from the Lord of the Rings.
"The One Ring"
Ellsbury: It began with the forging of the Great Rings, awarded for Championships of years past.
Colorado seeks their first great ring and has never knows its power.
One has been given to Anaheim, Arizona and Philly, all who long to return to their once attained glory.
Two were given to the Cubs and Cleveland, a time very long ago and mostly forgotten.
Six were given to the Red Sox of Boston with the most recent awarded for the greatest comeback in the history of sport.
And Twenty-six, Twenty-six were gifted to the Yankees of New York, who spend above all others in their attempts to obtain the ring.
For within these rings is bound the glory and deeds of that season. But the value of those rings lessened, for a new ring has been made. In the grand halls of Cooperstown, the Dark Lord Selig forged a 2007 World Series Ring, whose value is beyond all others. For baseball fans honor the bearer of the current Ring. One Ring to rule them all. One by one, the teams of Major League Baseball fell to the power of the ring. But there are eight who remain, victory is near, the Great ring is within their grasp. The power of the ring has a will of its own. It betrays teams to their doom, and rewards fans of the faithful. With just eleven victories, the ring will ensnare a new bearer. The time is now Red Sox Nation, arise players of Boston, Arise and...