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October 1, 2005

Boston Wins Game One

by @ 10:06 am. Filed under 2005 Season

Round one goes to the Red Sox. From the very beginning, I had little confidence in Wang. We really blew an opportunity in the first inning though. Bases loaded and nobody out and we only managed one run. David Wells thrives on getting out of jams like that, and he settled down and took care of business. Unfortunately.

The good news is, the Indians lost, so we’re still a game ahead of them. The machinations of this three team race are pretty interesting.

Game two is this afternoon on Fox. I’ll be flipping between innings to the UM/MSU game. I’m a State grad (which is why I’m a Yankees fan in Michigan). Go State.

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