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Rather than watch most of Game 1 of the ALCS last evening, I took my wife to see a production School House Rock in Titusville as I spend the off-season making up a lot of lost time to her as … Continue reading

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Darn, That's The End

Borrowing from A. Bartlett Giammati: It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then … Continue reading

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From Buster Olney’s column today: According to Elias Sports Bureau, dating back to the beginning of baseball postseason history in 1903, there has never been a major league playoff series in which the road team has won every single game. … Continue reading

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What Is On the Line Tonight

Tonight, the Rays have a chance at becoming the first team since the 2001 New York Yankees to drop the first two home games of a League Divisional Series and come back to win the series. In fact, the last … Continue reading

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I had the rather incredible luck of being asked to fly to Dallas for business this week and to come in on Sunday to be available first thing Monday (business now since delayed). As luck would have it, the only … Continue reading

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Behold the Power of the Gatorade

It was fitting that former President George W. Bush was in the front row for this game because he finally got to see one of his beloved Weapons of Mass Destruction in person in the form of home plate umpire … Continue reading

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