Rear Window Ethics Rear Window Ethics: World Series Game 2

Monday, October 25, 2004

World Series Game 2

Schilling had his tendon sutured to his ankle again and it worked. He pitched 6 innings and gave up 1 run. Pretty sweet. Even despite the 4 errors that Boston committed, they pulled another win out, this time more decisively.

It may be Schilling's last start this post-season, as he felt discomfort the day before today, leading the Sox medical staff to anticipate shutting him down instead of risking further injury to his ankle.

We went to our local bar for the Pats and Sox games tonight, and spent almost 8 hours there. Ridiculousness. I think we gave our waitress a 30% tip, or something like that. It was worth it, though, as the Pats won their 21st in a row, and the Sox took a 2-0 lead in the World Series.

World Series.

It still seams weird to write.

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