Category Archives: World Series

Goodnight, Bambino

86 years in the making. Red Sox 3, Cardinals 0 Amazing. I always feel a twinge of remorse when the baseball season comes to an end. No matter who’s playing, I always try to catch the last out — or, in the case of 2001, 1997, etc., the last pitch, hit and run. But this

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World Series Game 3: Why not?

Red Sox 4, Cardinals 1 First and foremost, I just have to thank God for the opportunity to write this blog. Why not them? I have to say, having not been a part of all the Red Sox fans’ heartaches over the years, I also don’t suffer from the pessimism that’s come to define them,

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World Series Game 2: Learning something about myself

Red Sox 6, Cardinals 2 How can Boston not win the Series? This Curt Schilling story is a tale of athletic heroism straight out of Hollywood. It’s like Roy Hobbs rounding the bases as his jersey gets bloodier with every step, only without the sexy circumstances causing the injury. These postseason starts on his bum

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World Series Game 1: Back in Boston

Hmm… So I forgot to post any kind of thought-out preview for the World Series, which I intended to do. Damn weekends, getting in the way. Oops. Here’s what I would’ve said: Both teams have great lineups, the Cardinals have better defense, especially in St. Louis, when David Ortiz has to play first base just

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