I’ve heard that certain Dodgers fans believe these are the worst six words in the english language.
Finally, I have valid World Series tickets. My upline Carol has claimed my Game One tickets. I’m looking to use at least two Game Two tickets. I’m not sure about my game six tickets. I’m not sure about my Game Seven Tickets. So much planning!
Funny to hear all the talking heads discussing the Tigers rotation, especially Verlander. Have they all forgotten the 2012 All-Star game *already*.
Vin happily broadcast Bond’s 71st, 72nd, and 73rd home runs. Bonds’ 71st and 72nd home runs, along with one from Rich Aurilla, were not enough to help Estes keep back the Dodgers who won 11-10. The next day, the Dodgers clinch the postseason. With Bonds’ 73rd home run, the Dodgers we’re probably woozy front night before, probably like the ’97 Giants (although that same Estes, plus J.T. Snow, Jr. and Jeff Kent, made it to an autograph show that early evening, under the watchful eye of Jack Snow, Sr.).
Ah, the rivalry… 🙂
Oh, second thought – in ’97, the Giants won that game against the Padres. Tony Gwynn was also at that show, sitting in a very lonely manner watching the excitement. Still have a very Hall of Famer poise about him. I’ve got tickets (four in View Box, but behind the plate and next to the camera well) for the last game of the season, which will be against the Padres. Payback this time? 😦