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September 7, 2005

Starved And Then Stomped Upon

There it is...so tantalizing. Sitting in a cabin on a lake in Maine, listening to the loons, watching a beaver repair his dam. But there is a television with a dish and certain channels that promise a Dodger/Giant game. But not included with whatever package this cabin comes with. Then Monday night, ESPN carries the game. And what heartbreak. Errors that are too embarrassing to explain to my husband who is out on the porch and doesn't quite understand my Dodger addiction.

Too many games out...I've got to let this season go.

Yeah, right.

Maybe we'll head down to Portland for the Seadogs playoffs.

Posted by Kitty Felde at 3:11 PM


I have been struck by the fact that the Angels, in the second half have not been able to pull off the comeback or big game win. Once again, last night, tied score, the Angels lost late in the game. Going back to their Toronto debacle, the lack of ability to win the close and big game has been an recurring theme. Most recently, before the Red Sox's, the series with Oakland at Oakland highlighted the same lacking.

They have been able to establish and keep a lead, though with problems in their pen, they have not been as consistent in this category.

Based upon this, I think that the Angels are missing one or two last players (one bat and one arm) to take it all.

Posted by: Alan on September 7, 2005 4:17 PM

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