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While traveling in India, waking up every morning to news that New York Yankees had loss yet another game was pure agony. I twisted and turned, missed Baseball Tonight, and Yanks winning ways. The joy of India beating Pakistan did not feel that great. However, now […]

While traveling in India, waking up every morning to news that New York Yankees had loss yet another game was pure agony. I twisted and turned, missed Baseball Tonight, and Yanks winning ways. The joy of India beating Pakistan did not feel that great. However, now I have been back for almost nine days, and life seems to have comeback to normal. Jet lag still bothers me, but Yanks have won seven on a trot, and Boston has lost five in a row. For everything else there is mastercard.

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  1. Those are definitely fighting words.

  2. well it is time to talk smack and why not – with sox season pretty much over, bring it on

  3. Hey, I’m allowed to talk smack at least until the All Star break. After that, I will revert back to “frustrated boston fan,” but until then…

    Let’s Go Red Sox.

  4. Dean Landsman Tuesday, May 4, 2004

    How very sad that within 24 hours of the Yanks taking their rightful place in the standings, and on the precipice of Boston’s expected fall from the top…that the Sox’s losing streak and who knows what else (health, eating habits, hereditary factors?) resulted in Boston GM MIke Port suffering a heart attack.

    Of course we wish him a speedy full and total recovery. We wouldn’t want him to miss seeing the annual choke, the usual Yankee act of surpassing and overtaking his team.

    I wonder if, in the hospital they brought him to, he is in room 1918?

    All is becoming correct, after an awkward season opening, in the AL East.

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