Monday, September 26, 2005

Yesterday was a good day

Did anyone else think the 5th inning looked more like a home run derby than a baseball game? They were all swinging for the fences, but only Damon's floated out. Baldwin looked like a hitting coach setting them up for the long ball.

The end result was almost all we could hope for (The Yankees did win, after all). But that leaves it all tied up with 7 games to go. No worries for the Red Sox playing at home from now on. They finished up with a road record of 41-40. Not bad, but not great. It's at home where they've shined all year long (50-24). With a strong finish at home they could roll into the playoffs.

6 comments:

Daedalus said...

And wouldn't it be damn beautiful if the Indians took the WC and left NY out of the playoffs altogether?

Sally said...

I think we will six games at least just because the Red Sox play the last seven games at home...if the Yankees lose at least four games The Red Sox should make the playoffs. Time to play great baseball boys!!omtg

Mike said...

I'm looking forward to it Daedalus. If the Sox take 6/7, they'll wipe the Yankees out of the playoff picture, take ARod out of the running for MVP, and make people in Boston and across the Nation happy.

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Storm Trooper said...

You know what's more important than baseball? EVERYTHING! Try donating some money to charity or fighting for a cause. Why would you allow such frivolous distractions to dominate your blog when you could be doing something useful like I am?

Mike said...

You know, I find it very funny that someone who calls himself storm trooper is telling me to worry about some of the bigger things in life.