Michael Morse had some stern words for the Giants' bats in hopes they would deliver some hits
Among homeopathic circles, there is a belief that human consciousness can have an impact on the molecular structure of water. Dr. Masaru Emoto tried to show this by covering water bottles with either positive or negative words and then photographing them at the cellular level.
Unfortunately, for Morse, the pep talk didn't seem to work. The Giants lost on Saturday and Sunday by a combined score of 17-6. If Emoto's work is right, perhaps Morse just needs to be a little more positive with the bats, telling them things like "You are very strong and powerful -- perhaps the most powerful bat in the world. Trees see you and beg to be chopped down so they can become you." Can't hurt to try.
Michael Clair writes about baseball for Cut4. He believes stirrup socks are an integral part of every formal outfit and Adam Dunn's pitching performance was baseball's greatest moment.