Game two didn’t go much better for us. They came right out and scored four runs in the first inning off of me. We got two back in the bottom of the first but we ended up chasing them the whole game. They scored five more in the second inning to make it 9-2. We responded and put up three runs in the bottom of the inning but again we couldn’t put the big inning together and trailed 9-5 after two innings. They kept the pedal down on us and I just couldn’t put the ball where I wanted to. It was just one of those nights. The low point had to be the two run homer that went about 350 feet to right field that made it 13-5. The only thing worse than my pitching last night was my hitting. I was frustrated by ending up leading off innings after guys in front of me were making outs with runners on base. Then I would get up and make outs to lead off the next inning. The worst at bat for me was my last one. We were trailing 18-7 heading into the bottom of the sixth. We got our first two batters on and I came up with two on and no one out. I promptly grounded into a double play kill our threat and essentially eliminate us from the playoffs. It was just that kind of night. It’s the kind of night that makes you want to think about calling it quits. I’m 45 years old playing with a bunch of 20 and 30 year olds. There’s no way I would do that though, because as my good friend Chuck Perdue said to me tonight, the best part of getting over tonight is the fact that we get to play again on Thursday. I am going to bottle this feeling up that I have about losing and use it when I play Thursday night. We’ll see how it turns out. Remember if I can do it you can do it too, after tonight hopefully you can do it a little better than I can.