Rear Window Ethics Rear Window Ethics: World Series Game 3

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

World Series Game 3

So this is what it feels like to have a lead in a series. I had forgotten in the days since our sweep--

Ah, my pizza just got here.

Anyway, since our sweep of Anaheim, that 7 game series against New York felt like a year. It feels very strange to be up 2-0 right now.

It's raining in St. Louis, and I think the game's going to be delayed for an hour or more. Unfortunate. Stupid post-season baseball starts so late that nobody goes to bed until 1:30am at the earliest. Kids can't stay up and watch the most exciting baseball all season because MLB is obsessed with having the games in prime-time.

I look forward to hearing Red Sox fans in the broadcast tonight, because so many people flew to St. Louis for the game because it was cheaper to buy a flight, a hotel room, and scalp tickets to the game there than it was to go to a game here. They can put those self-righteous Cardinal fans in their place.

Let's go, Sox.

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