Around this time last year, we introduced the concept of doobs to the masses. For those not indoctrinated, it goes something like this: When you are dubious about something, you can doubt it, question it, disbelieve it – or, best of all, throw doobs on it.
The quarter pole of the baseball season is a perfect time to cast doobs on some of the hottest starts of the season. Last season offered some hits (Adam Jones, Derek Lowe, Bryan LaHair) as well as misses (Carlos Ruiz, Fernando Rodney). This year will prove no different, except one thing we changed: the Honorary Dubious Floating Head.
Choosing Bud Selig last year made sense because he may have the most dubious face in baseball. Yet compared to the ultimate dubious face, the commissioner looks downright bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. A dubious face combines a side-tilted lip purse and rancid stink-eye. And never before or again will there be a doobs face to match the patron saint of them, McKayla Maroney.
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