Sorry, kids, smart money’s on the visiting team…
Photo courtesy of Spencer Calder.
Hat found in Korea.
Sponsored by Fission Nuclear Power Co
Popcorn, peanuts, platelets, get yer platelets here….
Looks like it could do with a new transfusion.
It’s a new revolutionary treatment. Lay the patient on the floor and let a bunch of guys with baseball bats beat him/her up.
Not a funny hat …… but then again this is only the beta release…..
High Hope “We’re-still-at-the-beta-stage-of-the-treatment” Hospital’s baseball team official fan cap maybe?
Turns out you really can fight disease with sports.
All players died before reaching the playoffs.
The Leukemia will be playing the AIDS this Friday at the Hospital Stadium.
Won’t their steroid treatment disqualify them? An asterisk at least…
(sorry if duplicate, seemed to be error posting originally)
In a poignant moment the star player visited a little healthy boy and promised to hit one out of the park for him.
7th inning stretch: INTERmission or REmission?
Kidding aside, my guess is that this is a leftover from a U.S. team’s charity event to counter leukemia.
Oh sure. Leukemia you can spell just fine, but sweet potato is out of your league. What a maroon!
I did have the one with “Alphas vs Breast Cancer” but I kept getting teased because it was pink.
i heard the leukemias have some nasty closers; they just don’t blow big leads…
The visiting team is nothing but a cancer on the noble sport of baseball.
I heard they once tried scouting Lou Gehrig.
DREADFULLY, TRAGICALLY UNFUNNY. NO MORE OF THESE PLEASE!
This team is so crazy they put them in white cells.
isn’t an Onyx a mountain sheep or goat or something?
No, it’s a kind of quartz.
we can beat leukemia! just have hope!
How does this not have a higher rating? What I don’t get is when people rate the pics that are like PARAGRAPHS like hotel engrish instructions that really aren’t that funny. But they’re like, “OMG IT’S LIKE ALL IN ENGRISH LOL WOW I LIKE FACEBOOK!”
Obviously they’re the beta-version team, riddled with bugs, glitches and errors. That’s why they’re leukemic.