"A New York Treasure" --Village Voice



So who should steal the headlines from the big boys today, but Curtis Pride, of course. Pride hit a slow grounder to second; Bill Mueller bobbled the ball and then threw the ball over Jason Varitek’s head, allowing Hideki Matsui to score the winning run. It took a full 20 seconds for “Mlb Gameday” to display what happened after they signaled that a pitch had been ‘hit into play.’ I thought my heart was going to pop out of my shirt.

I received the following e-mail from Ed Cossette when Ventura came to bat:

Bases loaded. No outs. By the time you get this it’ll all be over.

I don’t know how much longer I can take this. If I wasn’t stuck having to write for Fox, there is no chance I’d blog tomorrow.

Why didn’t my parents live in New York? Why God why?

The Yanks earn a split of the four game series, and once again lead Boston by four games. Hey Millar, yer evicted buddy.

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