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Monday, 6 October 2003

Bases loaded, bottom of the 9th

Congrats to the Red Sox and to the Red Sox fans. That was an awesome game. Except, of course, for the collision between Jackson and Damon.

Let’s face it, each of the Divison Series, save maybe the last two NYY-MIN games, have been dramatic and exciting.

The Marlins beat the Giants, but the NYY-BOS series will happen, as will the Cubs vying for World Series contention.

This is a great game. I’m still holding out for a BOS-CHC World Series — a rematch of when Boston last won — and it’s good that it just might happen. But we can’t rule out Florida of course…

Posted at 8:55 pm | Filed under Baseball, sports

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