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I have a ticket for Game 2 and Game 7, but I'll be watching this one on TV.
The good news: the radio and TV announcing crews for the series are apparently devoid of any cursed Bucks.
C. Granderson cf
P. Polanco 2b
S. Casey 1b
M. Ordonez rf
C. Guillen ss
I. Rodriguez c
C. Monroe lf
M. Thames dh
B. Inge 3b
J. Kendall c
M. Kotsay cf
M. Bradley rf
F. Thomas dh
J. Payton lf
E. Chavez 3b
N. Swisher 1b
M. Scutaro ss
D. Jimenez 2b
Even weirder: I will be watching this game through the miracle of time-shifting, so I will be doing my darndest to avoid learning what's happening at a stadium less than a quarter-mile from where I'm parked.
Well, I'm off to BART now and into my Cone of Silence.
Fortunately for those of us who work at home, we now see them live (whoops! Gotta run!).
The pitch to Granderson was a bad pitch, though.
he's the little version of Brad Penny right?
he gives McCarver a run for his money (avious meter galore)
obvious, oops sorry.
true, but he kicks dirt at home plate with the best of 'em.
BTW, anyone know what happened to Chris Shelton? I thought I heard some grumbles of discontent from the blogosphere when he was demoted in favor of Sean Casey in spite of getting off to a homer-happy start. If Casey's hurt now, will we see an actually better Chris Shelton?
"that was a nice tight curve ball by Kennedy"
you're missing out Bob, Lou Pinella is on a roll.
That was an unpleasant TiVo experience, let me tell you.
It's very wet now. That might have something to do with the fact that it's raining here and the trains were all stuffy and humid to boot.
what time is it out there Bob?
Thank God. I thought he was a welder.
hey easy my Dad was a welder.
ps but yeah obvious meter galore.
What about the 10-run inning in the 1929 World Series when the A's overcame an 8-0 deficit to the Cubs in the 8th?
Besides, every time the A's are trailing in the eighth by more than 3 ones, I say, "And so begins the greatest comeback in A's history."
And when it actually pans out, I'm going to look like a freakin' genius.
And he tweaked his back on a swing.
Well, unless you're gay.
you're A's mojo must be really good while attending games.
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