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  • Archive for October, 2006

    Happy New Year!

    On the Olde Celtic Calendar, Halloween (or Samhain) is considered the ending of one year, and the beginning of another… And there is not a more fitting thing to celebrate that Tim Wakefield returning for his 13th year with the Sox. The team picked up the 2007 option worth $4 million for the 40 year-old […]

    Tigers 2, Cardinals 4 110 days until Pitchers and Catchers…

    Congratulations to the St Louis Cardinals for winning their 1st World Series Championship since 1982.. While I am disappointed the Tigers did not at least make it more interesting–it seems like they used “it” (and I don’t think it’s Tim Curry in a clown costume…) all up to get to the big game, and then […]

    Tigers 4, Cardinal 5 On the Eve of Destruction…

    Has anyone else noticed that home-field advantage the AL won in July, because the All Star game “counts”, is pretty much doing bupkus for the AL team??? At this rate…the Tigers won’t even GET to a game 6 at home… I really thought the Tigers were going to win last night’s game…but if you have […]

    Tigers 0, Cardinals 5 Well, this is not going as expected…

    W…T…F…??? In the last 3 games, the Tigers have scored a total of FIVE runs..the Cardinals? THIRTEEN. And so now the Tigers are down, 2 games to 1, and I am not feeling confident… OK, let me ‘splain, no, take too long, let me sum up… This has been the goofiest postseason ever–analysis and prediction […]

    Tigers 2, Cardinals 7 Tigers 3, Cardinals 1 You win one, You lose one…

    I was kind of hoping that the Tigers would sweep the Cardinals and be done with it (Although my prediction is Tigers in 6…)but, unfortunately, they crashed and burned in Game 1… Some very random thoughts: Everyone and their brother is predicting the Tigers in some way, shape, or form…But it appears that very few […]

    Mets 1, Cardinals 3 Well, THAT could have went better…

    Oh CRAP…The Mets held on to a 1-1 tie game until the 9th inning, where Mets reliever Aaron Heilman gave up a 2-run homer to the 3rd Molina–Yadier, who only had SIX homers all season…CRAP…and then with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th, their premier closer (think: Jonathan Papelbon) Adam Wainwright, struck […]

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