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May 21, 2005

Grievous Errors

Where is everybody? Is this rivalry not what it used to be? Where's all the smack talk and gloating?

My excuse? I was busy last night sumberging myself in that other dynasty of a franchise that owns my soul. I know TC questions my loyalty to the Yankee franchise, but a Star Wars movie comes out in the theaters about as often as the Mets end up with a winning record.

So I missed the Yanks capitalize on a few Met errors and I missed them take advantage of Zambrano's slopiness. A win is a win, as they say.

Never one to be satisfied with just a win, though, I'll be the one to point out that the Bombers left 12 men on base. Nine of them in scoring position. Jeter made two errors himself. Sheffield and Jeter were both 0 for 5. They used five pitchers.

Sure, you may find my lack of faith disturbing, but study that box score and read all the accounts of the game.

Gloat, we should not.

Posted by Michele at May 21, 2005 06:08 AM

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Tracked on May 23, 2005 04:16 AM


Look, the movie might have smoked, but watching that game in a Mutt bar...priceless.

I may never have to pay for a beer again.

Posted by: TC at May 21, 2005 06:32 AM

And you're right: that was one ugly friggin'game.

But the Mutts were uglier.

Posted by: TC at May 21, 2005 06:34 AM

And the Yoda Talk better end NOW.

Posted by: TC at May 21, 2005 06:36 AM