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One of my best buddies is a Red Sox fan and loves jabbing at my Cardinals. But he's not at all happy this year. All teams have their good & bad. (I have a baseball cap one-half is the Cardinals red with logo, other half is blue with the Cubbies (C). Good for beers but not good for seriously discussing baseball!!! :)
Joe I Agree. Should be a Great game 7 if both teams are on their games! Us Red Sox fans enjoy watching excellent baseball like it should be played. We've missed that for the last 14 months in Boston...
@JACKO-07 You can say that again!! Cold bats, sloppy gloves, pitching that makes my 25 years as a baseball coach revive nightmares... But if both teams are "on" it should be a fantastic ballgame! (I love baseball more than the electron, barely.) :)
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