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August 19, 2006

August 18th @ The Red Sox - Game 2

After watching this game for 4 hours and 45 minutes, I only have the strength left to say two things:

1. Boy, am I glad that the Yankees won this one. And,
2. After these two games today, the day game tomorrow, er, I mean later today, is going to be very interesting - because of lots of very tired players.

In the interim, if you want to know what happened in this game - feel free to see the "Official WasWatching.com Scorecard for the Night Game of August 18, 2006."

(Yes, I kept score this evening. It's something that I almost never do - really - in the last twenty years, I've maybe kept score of less than a half-dozen games. But, for some reason, tonight, during dinner, I thought "Maybe keeping score will prevent me from stressing on this one - with Ponson pitching?" Talk about picking the wrong game to score! Note that I had to use extra pages on this one.)

Posted by Steve Lombardi at August 19, 2006 01:37 AM

Comments

That's an awesome scorecard! Good call on Jeter being distracted by the hit fan.

Is it too early to start talking about the Yanks catching the Tigers? We're only 5 games behind them in the loss column.

Posted by: christopher [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 19, 2006 01:13 PM

All I care about is the AL East - the rest would be gravy.

Posted by: Steve Lombardi [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 19, 2006 03:31 PM