17
Oct
08

About Last Night


Someone tell Chip Caray that a game isn’t over in the 6th and maybe it’s not the right time to announce that they “are dancing in the streets of St. Pete” before the game is over. Fortunately Caray used the line AGAIN at the end of the game, saying “they are dancing in the streets of Boston tonight!” Great. Someone kidnap him before game 6. Feel free to take Buck Martinez too who apparently finds it impossible to believe that any minute of the game can go by without his chiming in on SOMETHING. Let Ron Darling call the game solo. Hell, give Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez a call. They certainly aren’t doing anything else.

That game was ridikilous. 7 runs. 7!!! Wow. That game HAS to be demoralizing for the Rays. If in game 1 they were tight and nervous, they have to be back in St. Pete today with nothing but how the only team to ever blow a bigger lead in the playoffs was the CUBS! Let me repeat that, the Cubs. The team known solely for their futility. You don’t EVER want to be mentioned in line with ANYTHING the Cubs do in playoffs. If you are, it’s almost always something ignominious.

Well. We got ourselves a series once more.

Let’s Go RED SOX!


1 Response to “About Last Night”


  1. 1 Calexander13
    October 17, 2008 at 12:33 pm

    Unfortunately, due to last night’s heroics, the Red Sox have officially transformed into the New York Yankees, objects of derision for their mystique, rabid and sizable fan base and the ability to overcome insane odds. That would make the Yankees the new Toronto Blue Jays. And the no one will notice that their isn’t a team in Toronto anymore besides Matt Stairs, who will shed a single fat, hairy tear.


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