I tried to watch most of last nights game. I came back after both delays, trying to get interested. The only thing that kept going through my head was, "I can't believe that Yankee lineup didn't take this Detroit team apart." Sour, sore loser I am.
Jaime Garcia and Zack Grienke get the NLCS rolling at Miller Park, with Grienke, Carpenter, and LaRussa trying to make the senior circuit more interesting. It's raining in Arlington, where Max Scherzer and Dave Holland square off in game two of the ALCS.
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The East divisions sure had it rough in the last month. Both the Red Sox and Braves had monumental collapses, and then the Phillies, Yankees and Rays (two of which had the best records in baseball) all lost in the first round.
It’s just one of those years, Atheose. I like it. If the Brewers can win one it validates the parity that’s better than any other sport.