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  • Archive for October, 2013

    Red Sox 6, Cardinals 1:
    Holy Buckets! 3 in 10!

    There are about 457,000 thoughts running around in my head this morning with regard to last night’s win, and the fact that the Red Sox have won their 3rd World Series in 10 years, AND their first at Fenway Park since 1918. But since I am horribly sleep deprived, AND it’s Halloween (I am dressed […]

    Red Sox 3, Cardinals 1:
    We’re going home!

    Holy…Buckets! What are the chances that the Sox would take 2 of 3 in a NL League Park, against some of the best pitchers in baseball, with no DH, and a starting pitcher who looked like his arm was going to fall off at any moment? I have no fracking clue–but it HAPPENED… And then […]

    Red Sox 4, Cardinals 5,
    Red Sox 4, Cardinals 2:
    Series Tied 2-2

    I don’t even know where to begin. The last 2 games in a row have been decided/ended by completely crazy random crap that can only happen because its baseball and baseball is where all the crazy “you can’t make this sh*t up” stuff happens… Saturday night was the completely bizarro obstruction call that sent everyone […]

    World Series Game 1: Red Sox 8, Cardinals 1:
    3…Is a Magic Number…

    Holy Buckets! WHAT a great game last night! Then Sox not only had a BRILLIANT outing from Jon Lester, but they had timely hitting, and were able to take advantage of all the opportunities given to them, including an ineffective Adam Wainwright. It was one of those rare nights in baseball where everything seemed to […]

    October 23, 2013
    And So it begins…

    Holy Buckets! It feels like we have been waiting for EV-A for baseball to begin again–and in about 4 hours, the event we have all been waiting for: the 109th World Series. And while I am anxious for the games to begin, I am not even that nervous about the games. Don’t get me wrong, […]

    Red Sox 5, Tigers 2:
    We’re Goin’ to The Prom!!

    Holy Buckets..How on earth does a team go from worst in the AL East (and 3rd Worst in the AL) to the best record in the AL, AND winning the AL pennant–In. A. Year… And all I wanted was a team I could LIKE, enjoy to watch play, and win, oh, about 83-85 games in […]

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