Playoffs baby!

This is it. This is for all the marbles. This is what the last 159 games have led up to. The opening day ceremonies mean nothing this weekend. The presence of the World Series banner in Fenway will have no part in what the outcome will be tonight.

We’re about to watch our Sox play the three most crucial games of their season right here against who else, the Yanks. With the way our pitching has been as of late, its going to be a very interesting series to say the least.

A playoff scenario to come soon….

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3 comments

  1. evilsnare1@yahoo.com

    Orioles: 74 games alone in first place
    Red Sox: 83 games alone in first place (2 days tied with Yanks)

    Yankees: 3 games alone in first place (2 days tied with Red Sox)

    😉

  2. patmccrary37@aol.com

    i know it’s **** near impossible to prove that there is such a thing as clutch hitting, but,in my book, david ortiz is the red sox equivalent of reggie jackson. i’m sitting here on sunday afternoon watching the game, and ortiz has just knocked in another big run to put the sox up 3-0. what i really like about ortiz is his discipline at the plate. he is more than willing to go the opposite field instead of swinging for the fences. guys like andruw jones should take notes. what exactly was ortiz’s problem in minnesota ? don’t you think they are kicking themselves ?

  3. rtmudrinich@msn.com

    I want to make it to the World Series. I want to cut a strip of grass during the World Series to promote yard safety awareness.

    I present to you Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man (sm) – a yard safety super hero. About a year ago, I had a lawn mower accident that resulted in the partial amputation of my left foot. Consequently, I have been an advocate and promoter of yard safety, with the goal to prevent these outdoor power equipment accidents from happening to other people.

    Furthermore, I have been a renaissance yardman, utilizing various art forms to communicate my safety message. I have approached Major League Baseball about the possibility of dedicating one day of the MLB season as Yard Safety Awareness Day. Each, there are about 400,000 individuals who experience lawn mower and garden-tool-related accidents, often times resulting in severe and life-altering outcomes. Since baseball is America’s pastime and often played on natural turf, I ask for your assistance and consideration to facilitate this humanitarian idea.

    Please visit the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man (sm) website at http://www.rescuerick.com for additional information. Thank you for your BLOG. Best wishes!

    Richard Mudrinich

    Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man

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