Sunday, October 21, 2007

There are few things in life I enjoy more than game 7.

It doesn't even have to involve the Red Sox. Game 7 is the end of the line for one team and continues the path to greater glory for the other. Everything the two teams have worked for since February comes down to one game.

The Red Sox earned their way to game 7 behind Curt Schilling's pitching and J.D. Drew's (J.D. Drew?!?) grand slam in the first, which set the tone for the Sox 12-2 game 6 win. The biggest thing about game 6, I thought, was that the Sox managed to score 12 runs with Papi and Manny only getting one hit between them.

So it's up to Daisuke tonight, although pretty much everyone except Schilling will be available if needed. Does the Tribe blow a 3-1 series lead, or do the Sox come up just short? I'll be back after the game, win or lose, to tell you what I think.

Enjoy the game!


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