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October 05, 2005



I TOTALLY agree with you about watching games on Fox and all. Drove me crazy the night we lost to the Yanks and I had to attempt to watch our game in the tiny litte corner they stuck it in... while they played the Cleveland game and we had to listen to it! Now really. If I had wanted to watch the Cleveland game I would have!



I totally forgot to write about that. That completely infuriated me. Yankee fans and Red Sox fans across the country must have been united in that sense.

Yeah that game (Indians/ChiSox) was important to both Sox & Yanks, but at the very least put the Indian game in the small box and give us the auido for our game. You could barely even tell what was going on, or how close the pitches were.

It's great to be on National TV and be in the playoff's, it's just too bad those stations (FOX/ESPN) have to do the games.

I listened to like 1/2 of the 2004 ALCS Game 6 from my porch on the radio, and heard about the A-Rod slap...that was interesting!


Red Sox fans think Tim McCarver is so anti-Boston.

Yankee fans think McCarver is so anti-Yankee.

At least we can agree on the fact that he's a fucking douche bag who makes more mistakes than Robert Downey Jr.

Joe Buck is about a cool as my asshole after diarrhea, and if I see any more tool bags bring "Rama Lama Ding Dong" signs to the ball park I'm going to drive to their house, punch them in the face and ram that sign up their TV-whoring ass!!!

Oh, and Go Yanks!


i hate boston i am a yankee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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