Thursday, October 26, 2006

Uh, About That World Series Rain-Out...

OK, so I was wrong. Between me and the weatherpeople, that makes two of us. I'm just glad there's a game on...

11 comments:

Keithsrk said...

That's the Jeff Suppan I remember! Can someone please check the tapes from the NLCS and look for some brown smudges on his hand?

FutureLegendVinceYoung said...

McCarver is such a fucking moron. Pudge is a great defensive catcher probably the best since Bench retired. But there is no way that he is a better defensive catcher than Bench was.

Barry "The Hatchet" Banks said...

How bout them Hokies!!! Defeating, nay, destroying a top 10 team should vault us back into the top 25.
Hey, I'll take what I can get this year.
Holding Clemson to under 100 rushing and under 100 passing while Brandon Ore gets his second straight 200+ game? I'll take that any day.
Lane is the difference. Can't wait to be there to see us beat up on UVA.

Brendan Burke said...

For the love of GOD, Wainwright throws that curve with 2 strikes in EVERY at bat. Did the Tigers not see Beltran strike out looking to end the NLCS?

WuzUpG said...

I was kind of hoping that they'd play 4 innings and would have to call the game, so that they'd have to start all over again. So much for that.

FutureLegendVinceYoung said...

Does Fox or Baseball really wonder why the ratings are so low for the World Series. If they would get some announcers that people actually liked to listen to during a game then more people would tune in. As it is they have a pompous ass know it all in Buck and a dipshit ex-player in McCarver. In the top of the 9th I don't think McCarver said one word. He was probably jerking off thinking about Bob Gibson.

Mike said...

...just wow. VT dominated Clemson's backfield in a way I never imagined they could. Amazing.

GuyInTheCorner said...

cardinals winning...

Luckiest. Crap. Ever.

seriously 4 errors by pitchers, granderson falling, monroe misses the catch by 2 inches, eck scoring bc he advanced on strike 3 wild pitch

lets go back farther it took 7 games to down the mets with pedro, el duque, and eventually their 3rd pitcher trachsel out

what about almost missin the playoffs until they clinched on the last day because houston lost

this is incredible

john (ann arbor, mi) said...

I would be remiss if I neglected to commend the St. Louis grounds crew on a job well done.

rafael said...

a 3-1 lead isn't luck.

And Lane Stadium is ridiculously overrated. GT kinda proved that.

Clemson just didn't show up. They are coached by a Bowden, after all.

Ma4tt (the 4 is silent) said...

Lane Stadium is NOT "overrated." Hell, everyone loses at home from time to time. I've been to roughly 40 home Tech games, and it's one of the most electric atmospheres you'll ever be in... especially on Thursday nights.