On your second to last day of posts, I wish YOU all success up in Boston. I hope that you have a fun time writing about the woes, trials and tribulations of the Red Sox. Thanks for the Blog.
BTW, even though the stadium started to empty a bit yesterday (probably Yom Kippur related) it was rocking. And very good to see Bruney pitch well. We were wondering why he didn’t acknowledge the crowd, but your excellent reporting revealed that to us. Thanks again.
Can’t believe this is your second to last day. I’m glad you were the one to cover the AL East clinch. It’s only fitting you got to do it before you leave. Check in on us, and please let us know where we can find your new, evil team blog! lol
Great win yesterday, and I really can’t wait for Game 1 next week. I hope the Twins and Tigers go the proverbial 15 rounds with each other this week battling it out for that division title so they are good and tired by the time they get to NY.
I am watching the Yankee celebration from last night. I had (successfully!) taped ESPN while watching YES, so this is really sweet. I got to watch the faces of the Sux as they filed out of the dugout, especially the disappointment/disgust on Ortiz’s face. That made me the happiest because I feel like he dodged a bullet he shouldn’t have been able to dodge.
Anyway, it feels good to hear ESPN gush about the Yankees, especially the hypocrite Kruk. I will say about Gammons that no matter how much he does Sux novenas, he is always there to give credit to individual Yanks.
Actually Kruk is sickening. What a phony. Didn’t he predict the Sux to take the division? To listen to him he knew it would be the Yankees all along.
I did the opposite, watched ESPN and recorded YES. I was happy they kept cutting back to the celebration. Of course Baseball Tonight had to bring up the A-rod issue, how his season would be meaningless unless he plays well in the post season. Nevermind that he came back early from hip surgery and the Yankees started winning when he came back.