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NEW YORK—The Mets-Marlins game was abruptly stopped with one out in the top of seventh inning because it was past Mets third baseman David Wright’s curfew.
“If I don’t get home right this minute mom’s going to be awful mad with me,” Wright said. “I don’t want to lose my afternoon television and video game privileges and I can’t afford to get grounded again.”
Initially the two teams were hoping to continue the game without him, but could not because Wright brought his bat and glove home with him.
“Mom doesn’t like other people using my stuff when I’m not around,” Wright said. “One time, when I was 8, I let my friend Jeff borrow my bat without mom’s permission and then he broke that bat. Now mom won’t let any of my friends touch my stuff unless she says it’s okay. Except for R.A. Dickey, she trusts him.”
This is not the first time Wright has caused games to be rescheduled. All seven games of the 2006 NLCS had to be played at 8 a.m. because Wright’s mom wanted him to help her in the garden in the afternoon. Wright also missed 25 games last season because he was grounded after not cleaning his room even though his mom told him “at least 50 times” to do so.
“Right now we’re just holding out hope that he’s not grounded again,” Mets first baseman Ike Davis said. “We’re all hoping it’s nothing more than a 15-minute time out and loss of cell phone use for a week like last time.”
Early reports out of the Wright household indicate that there will not be a strict punishment for his late arrival. A source close to the family said that the most likely punishment at this time is getting sent to bed without dinner. Wright’s appeal was rejected because his mom “said so.”
The ending of the game is rescheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m., provided that Wright is allowed to play.
(Downtown L.A. after a particularly bad Amanda Bynes joy ride)
LOS ANGELES – More than five million people have fled from L. A. and millions more are expected to follow after Amanda Bynes’ most recent driving fiasco.
Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has declared a state of emergency and urged citizens to get out of the city as quickly as possible.
“We’re treating this the same way we would a class five hurricane,” Villaraigosa said. “Only the damage is expected to be much worse.”
Already more than $800 million has been done by Bynes’ reckless driving. Many have called for the former All That cast member to be put behind bars, but so far the only time she has spent in prison was when she accidentally crashed through the walls.
“We are asking our residents to seek refuge with families in other parts of the country,” Villaraigosa said. “For those who can’t make it out, we’ve set up a shelter in the Staples Center. Our only hope is that they make it there before she does.”
Entire neighborhoods have been destroyed, leaving thousands, possibly even millions of people homeless.
Dorothy Clarkson had been living in the same house with her husband for over 60 years, but now the 90-year-old woman is left out on the streets.
“We got a good deal on this house after one of those commie directors was run out of town,” Clarkson said. “But now it’s all gone. I don’t even know who Amanda Bynes is or how someone could be so bad at driving.”
Experts are calling this the worst thing to happen to Los Angeles since The Adventures of Pluto Nash was released.
Of course he did.