whatisaplatoonj.s.bach

The J.S. Bach Chronicles (as they overlap with Baseball and future centuries) – What is a Platoon?

A non-satisfying answer leads to music you can't hear, but that doesn't happen until further down. I have no idea what's going to happen.

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A good suggestion from the frogs…now, onto the musical number – - – and-a-one, and-a-two, and-a-three, and-a—

 

 

(refrain, below…)

*=we're to assume it was a strict platoon from what the lead pigeon proclaimed, but the song didn't ever go there and will now have to, at some point except not until after I post the sections I've already completed. At this point, also assume the snare switches to a fox-trot pattern with brushes and the appearance of Johannes Brahms. Brahms arrived on a plane powered by sawdust and old newsprint and then pizzazz and whatnot.

Please, please don't sue me, FanGraphs, for incorporating elements of your logo into a large frog appearing on the same page as Ned Yost in a shameful exhibition with only implied music…If you have to, anyhow, I don't have hardly any money, so don't sue me if it's to get money. Thank you!

(This is not finished, yet).

Drawings and also the photograph of the ramp inside Miller Park by J. Lemont, who hopefully doesn't get into trouble with FanGraphs for making that frog. Especially considering it was a compliment.

*Don't know that Brahms was left-handed. Generally, he pitched with his beard.

 

 

 

Jess Lemont

About Jess Lemont

Jess is mostly an illustrator, here, providing occasional theme music. As her profile picture would indicate, she does not (or, may not) have a the skill required for flipping bats, so a drawing has replaced it. Really, you could also think of her as the photographer without a camera, in that regard. And, really...maybe it's best not to ask beyond this point.

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