No More Drama

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With the exception of the Rays and Rangers, the division series didn’t exactly pack in a whole lot of excitement.  Sure, there were great individual moments and Halladay’s no-no immediately went down in baseball history as a post-season moment you’ll tell your kids about one day.  But even with one series going the distance, none of the matchups inspired much drama. 

There is hope as we move on.  The Yankees and Phillies look practically unstoppable but sometimes drama comes from unlikely places.  It’s like how things in politics can go from being a sure thing to suddenly tightening or how a baseball game can go from brutal clash to blowout with a single error.  Often it’s the simplest little things on which events turn.  Swiftboating, an errant throw from a pitcher.  You just never know.

However, if you’re Charlie Crist, you just have to hope that all the drama of the Florida Senate election doesn’t end up hinging on this:

C’mon Charlie.  Farnsworth is already out of the playoffs.  No need to pay homage.

-A

2 Comments

Isn’t this the typical action of politicians all over, ‘have a target in mind, yet finish wide of the mark’… at least the catcher made an effort

-peter
http://devilabrit.mlblogs.com

Yikes. That pitch was so bad I could have thrown it. Well, no. Mine would have bounced 100 times. Politicians really should practice before they take on something so monumental.

- http://janeheller.mlblogs.com

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