If you couldn't, you're probably awful at reading big clues. It's Matt Garza(notes) of the Chicago Cubs. While a quick glance at his 0-3 record and 4.11 ERA through five starts might not have given you enough clues, a closer look at his stats shows what Fangraphs' WAR calculation really values. Garza leads all of baseball with a 1.93 xFIP, hasn't surrendered a homer and leads the National League with 41 strikeouts. He's also been victimized by an insane .414 BABIP. As Garza diversifies his pitch selection more this season, Dave Allen of FG wonders if we're seeing an entirely new Matt Garza than the one who pitched for the Tampa Bay Rays.
What does any of this have to do with the picture above? Not a gosh darn thing. But have at it anyway, amateur Internet copy editors of the world. How should this caption read?
1st — RockDaHouse85. "I don't think this check is authentic. There's no watermark."
"What three things no longer associated with professional baseball?"
3rd — Mark. "John Paul II, a lasso, and Frank McCourt ... Name a pope, a rope, and a dope."
HM — drethnudrib. "Selig's trying to shield his brain so McCourt's Russian physicist can't think bad thoughts at him."