Do you have an iPhone? I do, and the MLB At Bat application is the best $10 I’ve spent in a long time. Tonight, it allowed me to keep up to date on the Giants/Rockies game in Denver while I did other things around the house.
The iPhone battery is, well, let’s just say the Energizer Bunny isn’t a fan. So when I saw the hated Giants take a 3 run lead in the top of the 14th, I turned off the phone to save the battery… and did so with every confidence the Giants were going to win and that as my beloved Dodgers invade Coors Field tomorrow night, even a sweep by the home team would leave the Boys in Blue a 1 game lead. Ever the Optimist? Ever the Pessimist? These are the Giants. The Hated ones. I should have known better.
But, it’s truly never over ’til the fat lad sings, and tonight she’s bellowing out a loud raucous tune… a grand slam in the bottom of the 14th caps a Dodger-esque rally by the Rox – and now this little 3 game series, that only 5 weeks ago looked like a gnat on the but of an elephant, becomes an even more crucial series for the Dodgers. A season on the brink. There I said it. And every member of that Dodger roster, coaches and players, better say it over and over in their heads because unless they come in with the passion and urgency that we saw from the Dodgers when Manny got suspended, this little series could turn their dreamy season into a nightmare. A month ago the Dodgers were making post-season plans. But now they’re a sweep away from the only post-season plans being made are for tee-times.
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