Dude, Where's My Team?

Drabek_101 The Phillies, with the No. 18 pick, select Kyle Drabek, son of former Cy Young winner Doug Drabek.

The boy's a brand already. He's rocking the blogosphere with his own myspace page.

In which he says he'll stay sexy until March 12, 2078.

His favorite thing about his body is his stomach.

He's a 6 foot pitcher from Woodlands, Texas. Christian and in a relationship. 

He's down with Notorious B.I.G., Tupac, 50 cent, Dukes of Hazard, Dude Where's My Car.

Wecome to Philly, stud. How in the world did you drop so low?

(Having seen the sites of Rick Santorum and Angelo Cataldi, only to see they were not really the sites of Rick Santorum and Angelo Cataldi, we provide the usual disclaimer, that this myspace space could have been made by one of my sons FOR Kyle Drabek, and is totally bogus. But it looks very good.)

Anthony Preziosi
Posted 06/06/2006 10:26:14 PM

I don't know what it takes to make up a phony Angelo Cataldi site, other than some loud audio and an oddly-placed comment or two. But, he's a displaced New Englander, so how can we judge?

Posted 06/07/2006 10:06:06 AM

That's funny; this column reads like a phony Philadelphia Will Do page...

Daniel Rubin
Posted 06/07/2006 11:01:32 AM

Tune in tommorow; I'm channeling Proust.

Posted 06/07/2006 02:11:12 PM

no it's real... just check out his girlfriend's space and his comments.

Posted 06/07/2006 03:42:50 PM

Come on...youre taking away the privacy of some poor 18 year old kid...take this link off, jerk.

Posted 06/07/2006 08:18:21 PM

Dude. Your totally invading the privacy of a 18 year old kid. Get a life. Seriously

Posted 06/07/2006 08:24:32 PM

Do you seriously have anything better to do than write about innocent high school kids? Are you a stalker? I highly suggest that somebody takes this off. PS: At least check your spelling. I found 3 spelling mistakes. Are you really that lazy to take 2 seconds and put it through a spell checker?

Posted 06/07/2006 11:01:54 PM

Nothing private about myspace. And 18 is an adult. An adult represented by an extremely high powered sports and talent agency that's pretty good at micromanaging their clients' image if they so desire.

Sherri W.
Posted 06/08/2006 03:25:59 PM

Am I allowed to mention that the commenter who twitted you for spelling errors has a wrong word substitution in his final sentence?

Daniel Rubin
Posted 06/08/2006 03:27:24 PM

i'd file that under: fair play.

Posted 06/08/2006 04:38:36 PM

Drabek? Where's the moustache?

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