Let’s Go Sox

Hey, so did you know that Curt Schilling won’t be pitching in Game 5? I totally had no idea because it’s totally not on the news anywhere (/sarcasm).

I plan on staying in tonight — I want to save myself some money and catch up on some knitting. Will I watch the game? I do not know. I’m not feeling very optimistic about it, but, then again, these games can be exciting, and I don’t want to miss anything.

Most people I’ve talked to are feeling very, very down about it. It’s so different from last year, when everybody was sure we were going to do it. Now I hear, “Oh, I just can’t watch the game, it’s too painful.”

3 Comments so far

  1. thommy saraceno (unregistered) on October 15th, 2004 @ 1:43 pm

    im numb again, the world world seems grey. I watched at least an inning every game this year. Not since 86 have I felt so good about a team. I think this is the way it will feel forever. The sox should offer us free therapy. I mean its not like they didn’t go for it this year. Dan is a great sports writer, but this is his best article in recent memory.


  2. Em (unregistered) on October 15th, 2004 @ 3:34 pm

    I think I must be kind of a bitch. I was never very optomistic about it in the first place, so I am not very let down now. I guess I just (sadly) expected the worst.

  3. George Brett (unregistered) on October 15th, 2004 @ 3:42 pm

    for some real fun, why don’t you pitch on over to http://www.tarddance.com? It’s a GRANDSLAM!

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