|Imagining the homer-hollers that could'a, should'a been... Cache Translate Page||The other day, over our super phones, Mustang, Alphonso and I were musing over what John Sterling might have done with a Bryce Harper homer. |
THE BRYCE IS RIGHT!
BRYCE IS NICE!
BRYCE IS CHRIST!
We'll likely never know. (By the time Harper comes to the Yankees, around 2025, The Master will probably be retired.) But somewhere out there, in the vast recesses of the cosmos, there exists a Yankiverse where Bezos owns the team, Trump is a car dealer, and Food Stamps Hal is a star on Broadway. At times, through glitches in the Matrix, we catch brief glimpses of this world.
And in that universe, the defending champion Yankees just signed Harper and Manny Machado, causing the lords of the game to bellow about one dynastic team, one certain owner, who is a traitor to his billionaire cheapo aristocracy and is refusing to collude.
In this alt-Yankiverse, nobody is happier than the alt-John Sterling, who is currently testing home run calls. Close your eyes, and you can hear him, yelling through the wormholes.
MANNY IS UNCANNY!
WHO DA MAN? MANNY DA MAN!
QUIEN ES MAS MACHADO!
MACHADO SHOWS BRAVADO!
HARPER NEVER SHARPER!
BRYCE AIN'T LICE!
MANNY KICKS FANNY!
Ah, but in this world, The Master is working on the one home run that DJ LeMahieu will hit this year. And for that one, I got nuthin.'
|The most detailed ‘Avengers: Endgame’ theory we’ve ever seen could be packed with spoilers Cache Translate Page||With less than a month and a half to go before Avengers: Endgame finally hits theaters around the world, fans are really kicking things into high gear. Captain Marvel was released this past weekend and it's the final piece of the puzzle that we'll see before the epic conclusion arrives for the current phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe films. It's been a heck of a ride so far, needless to say, and Avengers: Infinity War has set the stage for what will undoubtedly be the most action-packed Marvel movie to date. In fact, a recent interview with the Russo brothers revealed that Avengers 4 might be packed with so much action that the final runtime could end up being around 3 hours long.
Apart from all that inevitable action, Avengers: Endgame is also expected to be the most elaborate tale that Marvel has ever told. We've seen leaks time and time again that suggest time travel will play a big role in the new movie. Beyond that, the movie could also introduce alternate dimensions that our favorite heroes end up accessing via the Quantum Realm. We've seen the Avengers team's new costumes leak time and time again, and they look just like the suit Hank Pym wore when he entered the Quantum Realm in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Thanks to those leaks and more, we're now privy to the most detailed Avengers: Endgame theory we've ever seen.
We know Avengers 4 is going to involve time travel, and there are countless clues that suggest Dr. Strange bounced around through time to ensure the events of the Avengers' battle with Thanos unfolded in a very particular way. He might have even created a time loop similar to the one he used to defeat Dormammu in order to give himself enough time to get everything done. Now, Reddit user "copydawg83" has taken all the leaks we've seen and all the most believable Avengers: Endgame theories to compile what is undoubtedly the most extensive collection of Endgame theories we've ever seen. It's obviously not all going to be accurate, but there's a very good chance he nailed at least a few solid spoilers considering all the evidence we've seen out there.
The action in Avengers: Endgame will obviously focus on undoing the damage Thanos did when he snapped his fingers and wiped out half of all like in the universe. Wait, did we say "the" universe? Perhaps we should have said "a" universe, because this Redditor believes that Avengers 4 won't simply transition us to the next phase of the MCU. Instead, it will transition us from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. So long MCU, hello MCM.
He goes a bit too far with his theory, suggesting that Marvel could use its new multiverse to swap out actors between universes and pull in storylines from a wide range of new sources. Those things are unlikely. But the overarching theme of his theory is feasible, and it has even been hinted at in earlier leaks.
Here's what the Redditor had to say about the quantum mechanics and logic behind his theory: