Fancred baseball scoopster Jon Heyman was either overwhelmed by the Brewers’ trade for reliever Joakim Soria, or his fingers were covered in Horsey sauce, because he had a lot of trouble reporting out the transaction.
Heyman’s method of capitalizing proper nouns has always been impossible to follow—does autocorrect lead him astray?—but this was a step beyond that. The reporter initially credited Sen. Dianne Feinstein with the Soria-to-Milwaukee scoop. Damn, she’s governing and paying attention to the trade deadline.
He actually meant MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand:
Okay, it’s been corrected. Now what are the White Sox getting in return?
Gross. Let’s fix that.
Dammit. On to the next trade.