Thursday, October 21, 2004

Doing the Unprecedented 

Last night the Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 10-3 to win the American League championship and face winner of the St. Louis-Houston Saturday in the first game of the World Series. Congratulations are in order to the Sox for coming back from a 3-0 hole to win a postseason series. That feat had never been done before in baseball history. The Sox are to be congratulated for doing the feat against the much hated Yankees. Good job Boston, your team showed grit and determination when it needed it most.

I personally hope St. Louis wins tonight's deciding game 7 to face Boston. I think it would be a fitting milestone to the dominating team the Cardinals put together this year. The task won't be easy with Roger Clemens on the mound tonight for the Astros. I have said privately that if I HAD to have a Game 7, I would want Clemens on the mound. When it comes to big games, he has been a guy who just simply has gotten it done. period. The game tonight promises to be a good one.

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