WHY DO WE KEEP PITCHING TO HIM?? I mean for crying out loud they walked Pujols in 2011 nearly every time he came up to bat... but yet we keep taking chances with him... KNOWING he hits EVERY TIME... Can't wrap my mind around it.
Originally Posted by Lady's Human
And I even went to the game last night since my BF won tickets in a drawing at work... what a disheartening game.
Miracles have happened though, I have faith with Wacha, but unfortunately we need TWO games to win and that seems a little unlikely......
However............. the last time the Sox clinched a WS win at home has been quiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiite a few years, sooooo... I still have hope! ;)
We'll see what happens tomorrow night … It's funny, as "red" is both teams color scheme, one cannot tell who fans are rooting for nearly as readily!
Originally Posted by Jessika
Originally Posted by Karen
I really needed that break last night (Tuesday) from the WS. It looks like now Boston are the favorites but we shall see what happens. Attachment 57372
Yay! It was even a non-controversail game, and the folks I saw were pretty celebratory but gracious, and even showed respect for the Cardinals.
I will say that balk was really odd, never seen one like that, but it did not affect the score, and no harm was done to that pitcher, so that was good.
Sometimes it feels like forever ago that the bombings happened, but it is still a scar on the hearts of so many, and that this team managed to win the World Series, at home, for the first time in so many years, is remarkable. The whole city was at a dead stop in April, hushed and holding our breath, and now the city can rejoice together as well.
Congratulations, Red Sox and your fans! I heard on the radio that the Red Sox had not won the World Series in their home stadium in many years. Since 1918 was what the reporter said.
Dear Cubs: The Red Sox had a difficult season last year, but they obviously had a terrific season this year! Are you paying attention?
Congrats to the Sox, the Cards just didn't bring their best with them to the WS and they paid for it. Sox won it fair and square.
Happy Halloween to all:
No more baseball.:(
No stadium brats...:(
Until opening day..:)
No vendors yelling and distracting me :(
From great plays on the field..:)
Six months with no daily scores :(
Time will go by pretty quickly...:)
Annnnnnd... it's the first day of the 2014 season, and the Cubs have already lost. (sigh) Please, Cubs, I don't want to go through another heartbreaking season.
On the other side of town ... It's the first day of the 2014 season! The weather cooperated for Opening Day, and the White Sox won :) Keep it up, Sox!