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June 19, 2005

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Boston Fan in Michigan

Ah ha, you know, I'd been wondering where you'd got to.

//"BASEBALL IS AN ALLEGORY FOR THE HUMAN CONDITION," I hollered. "GOLF IS STUPID."//

This is marvelous. And true.

Iain

Varitek's play was the kind of play which demonstrates why these guys *play* for the Red Sox and we mortals just *watch* them: he had to play out the possibilities in his head, get down to corral Manny's throw and block the plate with his leg stretched behind him, then turn and calmly tag out Wilson before he could get back.

It was a great play - not flamboyant, but spectacular in its perfect execution, a gem for those looking for what makes baseball such a great game.

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