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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

It worked.

Saturday I wrote that I was going to stay positive this weekend no matter what and it worked. The weather was really nice all weekend and The Sox took 2 out of 3 from The Yankees at Yankee Stadium.

I was nervous about Wells on Sunday and he did not do anything to rid me of those nervous feelings early in the game. Thankfully he got into a groove and shut down the Yankees bats while the Sox bats woke up and chased Moose out of the game early. 

Hopefully that brief stint at 4th place will be the only time spent near the cellar this year..

Last night's Oriole's game was disappointing. Lopez seems to have The Sox number. Miller goes for the Sox tonight against Cabrera. Hopefully we can make up some ground on the O's by the end of this series.

My posts have been sporadic and kind of, well, sucky lately. I know I sound like a broken record but I've been real busy at work and when I get home, I'm just burnt and I don't want to look at a computer screen. I just want to sit on the couch and veg out.

It seems like whenever I think of something good to post I am nowhere near a computer, like when I'm driving, or I'll think of something just when I'm about to fall asleep. Then when I get up in the morning, I've forgotten what I was thinking and I don't have time to write anything anyway because I'm getting ready for work. Oh well. That's life I guess!


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