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23 thoughts on “2021 Division Series Day 2: AL Games 2 and NL Games 1”
I don't get MLB Network, but I see the broadcasters are Bob Costas, Jim Kaat, and Buck Showalter. I suspect many lawns are being protected.
And an unfortunate comment
Unfortunate is putting it extremely mildly. Yikes
On ATL/MIL Gameday, the Sconnie squawker's voice a little high in the register.
Dude's got a RedBull with a Doppio chaser. I'm bailing over to the Pale Hosers - they've got a cage match going.
I see that Angel Hernandez is one of the umpires for the Giants/Dodgers series. Apparently the assignments are not made based on merit.
Well, that's a Bummer for the White Sox.
Sounds like some poor defense by the White Sox cost them a couple of big runs.
Time to switch to the NLDS for a while.
South Side is melting like the Mozzarella balls I put on the smoker earlier today. A cheese disaster.
Efficient pitching by Morton. 77 pitches to finish six scoreless innings with nine strikeouts.
A couple of good ball games today. The first one became a blowout at the end, but was good most of the way. And this one is actually a pitchers' duel.
The Brewers get Rowdy.
Red Sox scored two first inning runs only to give up five, including a grand slam, in the bottom half.
He was not the Sale of the century.
I like this Baz kid.
The Red Sox are coming back. This could be a 15-12 game before it's done.
Tied up now. This is going to be a long game too.
Matt Wisler pitching now for the Rays. He had a pretty good year with Tampa. He might get a ring no matter what in a Giants-Rays World Series.
This is why you don't let fans be next to the home run boundary. I think it still counts and his catching it made it look like he was grown-up Jeffrey Maier.
Logan Webb with a very good outing, and 4 runs on 3 dongers for the G-men.
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