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July 11, 2007

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Louis Gray

Great "livecap", Beth. Explain why even though I saw the whole game, I still read your post! Yes, Fox is a travesty. I'm stoked the AL won (again), and that Haren didn't get the L, and somewhat proud of Ichiro's Inside the Park shot. That was sweet.

Nice post.

kln

Thanks so much for the recap - I admit, I fell asleep. Buck and McCarver + benadryl can do that to a girl!

I was annoyed at Manny. He didn't acknowledge the introduction and was saying "I'm a reserve" like he was surprised. Check your stats Manny. Duh.

Joshie was fabu. And I missed the inside the park-er, snoozing. Damn.

David Welch

LMAO

The Precious!

That might be the funniest thing you've ever written on here, Beth!

greta2632

BRob's error was not an error, even though it was. And that is just how we do 9th innings in Baltimore. He knows no other way.

Amy

You can make yourself a Simpsons character if you go to the movie's web site. Fun and good times.

Iain

A-Rod wearing Mickey Mouse gloves and his shoes still suck.

The question to be asked is "Why oh why oh why?"

It's like he wakes up in the morning and goes, "Hmmmm, today I think I'll go with the 'Look at me I'm different and special' look." Cue suit at the HR Derby and Mickey Mouse baseball accessories yesterday.

mouse

Great liveblog, Beth. It's even funnier the day after.

I found myself yelling at Putz and K-Rod last night as they dared threaten to blow Beckett's win. Pretty sad, I know, but I couldn't help myself. And watching Posada try to catch Papelbon was oddly comical; old Dumbo apparently can't catch up to that heater with a glove either. Heh.

The Yankees on the whole were rather pathetic in the game. Bad defense from Posada, Jeter and A-Rod, Jeter's GIDP, A-Rod getting thrown out at home by a mile...it's almost like they were trying to blow the game out of spite for their team sucking all year or something. But I'm happy to say that the Red Sox stars all looked pretty good out there, especially 19 and 58. Hopefully that bodes well for the future...

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