No offense, Sue, but I'd like to see the A's win tomorrow. Been a Billy Bean fan ever since I read Moneyball. As for the Tigers lack of hitting, sometimes it just happens. In '93 the Phillies had some amazing hitters on the team. But when we got to the World Series the only one who really swung effectively was Lenny Dystra who was essentially a hitting robot. Everybody else just went silent.
Some great baseball yesterday, leads for a nail cruncher today. Congrats to the Dodgers for moving on the the NLCS, they look tough in the NL I don't see either St. Louis or Pittsburgh to be able to slow their pitching staff or bats down, hopefully the time off, while they wait, doesn't get the a little slugglish because the Cards always seem to find away to win.
A's vs Detorit, sorry SS but being from the Pacific Northwest I hope the A's can close this out today, if they don't it can be anybody's series. And Boston is just a wrecking train and it's only time for the Ray's before their season is over.
"What I like best about music is when time goes away."
Getting closer to a A's Dodgers World Series. I hate that the games are on in the afternoon here. I do listen but I d rather be watching. Tigers should put Scherzer back out there. Lets go Oakland......