From Tom Singer's article on MLB.com:
Ortiz said. "This guy's something else. He must be from another planet."
Being an alien might explain the bravado of feeding nothing but fastballs to a man who hits them hard and far.
"Yeah, he may be the only guy in the league that can challenge Vladi like that," Ortiz concurred.
Don't dismiss Guerrero's part in that fight, said Mirabelli, Boston's catcher.
"He fouled off balls most people wouldn't have come close to," Mirabelli said. "He even got a piece of that last one.
"But Paps ... oh, my. His fastball is electric. It's got a lot of life through the strike zone. It stays true -- there isn't a lot of sink to it -- but it's electric."
I highly recommend reading the whole thing, for more tidbits like the following:
[So far this season] he has made a total of 34 pitches -- 29 of them strikes -- and has gotten a total of 10 outs, six of them on strikes.
And, of course, the video is linked on that page as well.
P.S. "And the Big Daddy, Curt Schilling, is on the bump for the Sox today." That's how guest announcer Jonathan Papelbon finished off his introduction of the Red Sox lineup this afternoon on FOX. Kristen and Amy were talking about the "Jonathan Papelon Talks About Shit For an Hour" show--and I would like to formally, officially, wholeheartedly add my endorsement for that idea. Just imagine the things you'd learn from such a show. Synonyms you've never imagined possible for various parts of a baseball field. Probably sports-cliche neologisms of exotic varieties as well. And that's to say nothing of the recipes.