On a rainy Wednesday morning, most of Baltimore’s sports fans are taking a collective breath from a successful and equally suspenseful start to the Ravens season. Meanwhile, 2,800 miles away, on the opposite side of the continent, a town is readying for the start of the World Series.
Much to the chagrin of Bud Selig and the upstanding folks at FOX SPORTS, the underdogs have advanced to this year’s fall classic. That’s right, two teams tasked with dethroning last season’s pennant winners slayed the same opponents and advanced to this round of determining Major League Baseball’s World Champion.
Back in April, if you would’ve presented me with a dozen guesses at this season’s matchup for “all the marbles”, I’ll guarantee you there’s ZERO chance I would’ve thrown out the Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants. There’s no way I could’ve conceived this series.
Who cares, it’s baseball ….. and it’s not the Yankees or Red Sox.
I like to think I know baseball. I honestly believe I’m a student of the game; I can project a starting lineup for every Major League team and most starting pitchers on respective staffs. That said, I follow the American League even closer than the National League.
I was raised on the 3 run homer and watching the pitcher take a seat between innings. I absolutely LOVE