April 18, 2008

Great moments in sports

Jonah reminds me of the Greatest Play In Baseball History.

Thank you, Rick Monday.

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October 30, 2006

Champions

My Internet connection was down for the count the last several days, so I failed to post anything giddy to celebrate the St. Louis victory over Detroit. Click the extended entry to see that I've rectified the situation. more...

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October 20, 2006

The sweet, sweet taste of victory

Yeah, I know that Detroit will probably steamroll my Cardinals in the WS. But for right now, I'm enjoying the high of a game 7 victory in the NLCS.

And now for a few images:

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Now if you'll excuse me, or even if you want, I'm going to go do the Happy Dance around the office while wearing my St. Louis cap.

Update: Looks like the lovely and talented Alliance Fitness Instructor is raising her son the right way.

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October 09, 2005

Could it be?

The Braves are attempting to add to their already robust collection of snatching-defest-from-victory games; this one would set a new low, blowing a 5 run lead with 2 innings to play, giving up the game-tying homerun with 2 out in the bottom of the ninth. Update to follow.

Update: And the Braves have written the most pathetic chapter of their How To Lose Big Games Without Even Trying bestseller.

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October 06, 2005

The St. Louis Cardinals, of course

Laurence wonders which team we're rooting for. Go tell him. Bonus points, maybe, if you're an Astros' fan, although I don't actually know of any such people. Last time I saw a picture of one, I could have sworn it was a Bigfoot photo.

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