September 24, 2008

Baseball Notes

- The Twins pulled within a game and a half of the White Sox, beating Chicago at the Dome 9-3, leaving open the possibility that the Twins could end the series with an AL Central lead.

- The NL East is also a game and a half apart, as the Phillies lost and Mets won. I'll be at Citizen's Bank Park tonight for Philly-Atlanta; rooting against the Braves is something I'll never, ever get sick of.

- The Yankees were eliminated from playoff contention on Tuesday, for their first October-less non-strike season since 1993. My heart truly bleeds for their heartbroken, long-suffering fans. Fans of the Brewers, who haven't made the playoffs since 1982 and appear set to blow it yet again, are just going to have to deal with it.

Posted by Stephen Silver at September 24, 2008 04:49 PM
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