Looking back, this World Series Game 7 would have never happened had the two leagues been able to come to some compromise. What, too soon?
"I" being the Twins' run differential this season.
WGOM -- where we watch the standings so you don't have to.
(but you're going to anyway, right?)
It's game day, Citizens! Clear skies to ya
In this morning's daily genealogy email that I receive was a link to an open source project that is archiving recordings from 78rpm records:
I got back into listening to 78s over 15 years ago when listening to Radio Dismuke on Live365. It's not something I can to for long periods of time, but it is a neat change of pace for my listening.
I remember my father had a small collection of 78s -- a few of them were comedies, including I think Cohen on the Telephone.
Do you have any experience with listening to 78s? Whether you have or not, post up your ten here...
The AL squad shoots for five in a row, and a win will tie up the all-time series.
C Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals: 18 HR, 57 RBI
1B Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays: 23 HR, 56 RBI
2B Jose Altuve, Houston Astros: 25 doubles, two triples, 13 home runs
3B Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians: 16 HR, 46 RBI
SS Carlos Correa, Houston Astros: 20 HR, 65 RBI
OF Aaron Judge, New York Yankees: 1.139 OPS, 30 HR, 66 RBI
OF Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox: 16 HR, 15 SB, 53 RBI
OF George Springer, Houston Astros: 27 HR, 61 RBI
DH Corey Dickerson, Tampa Bay Rays: .903 OPS, 17 HR
C Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants: .325 BA, 10 HR, 35 RBI
1B Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals: .969 OPS, 19 HR, 63 RBI
2B Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals: .342 BA, 64 RBI
3B Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies: .905, 17 HR, 70 RBI
SS Zack Cozart, Cincinnati Reds: .316 BA, 35 RBI
OF Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals: 1.021 OPS, 20 HR, 65 RBI
OF Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies: .319 BA, 20 HR, 61 RBI
OF Marcell Ozuna, Miami Marlins: 23 HR, 69 RBI
Other ballplayers may also be participating.
...cool, clear water. Lots and lots of it.