September 23, 2008

G157: Red Sox 5, Spiders 4

Spiders - 000 040 000 - 4  9  0
Red Sox - 000 230 00x - 5 9 1
RED SOX CLINCH A PLAYOFF BERTH!


The Globe has photos.

Kevin Youkilis's two-run home run got the Red Sox on the board in the fourth inning, but Cleveland came right back. Four hits off Wakefield, including consecutive RBI doubles from Shin-Soo Choo and Jhonny Peralta gave the Spiders a 4-2 lead in the fifth.

But Lee could not hold Boston down. Kevin Cash singled to start the home half of the fifth and was forced at second by Coco Crisp. Jacoby Ellsbury doubled to right-center and Crisp stopped at third. Dustin Pedroia banged a double off the Wall, both runners scored, and the game was tied at 4-4. After David Ortiz fanned and Youkilis was walked intentionally, Jason Bay grounded a single up the middle, past Peralta's weak Jeterian dive to his left. FY scored and the Red Sox had regained the lead.

Cleveland did not go down without a fight. They loaded the bases against Manny Delcarmen in the seventh, but Hideki Okajima came in and retired Victor Martinez on a foul pop to first. They rallied again in the eighth. Justin Masterson allowed a walk and a hit, along with two strikeouts. Javier Lopez walked Grady Sizemore to load the bases. Jonathan Papelbon was able to retire Jamey Carroll on one pitch -- a fielder's choice to second base. Then Bot slammed the door in the ninth, striking out Choo and Peralta and getting Martinez to pop to short.

Tampa Bay swept its doubleheader from the Orioles, 5-2 and 7-5. The Rays came from behind in both games, including a six-run rally in the eighth inning of the nightcap. The Yankees beat Toronto 3-1, but it was meaningless, as the Red Sox had already eliminated the Chokers.

***

Cliff Lee (2.41, 183 ERA+) / Tim Wakefield (4.18, 109 ERA+)

In his last two starts -- against the Royals and Twins -- Lee allowed 21 hits and nine runs (seven earned) in 14.1 innings. He has not faced the Red Sox this year.

Can the Red Sox still win the East? Tampa Bay has seven games remaining. If the Rays go 7-0, 6-1, 5-2 or 4-3, the Red Sox cannot win the division.

If Tampa goes 3-4, Boston must go 6-0.

If Tampa goes 2-5, Boston must go at least 5-1.

If Tampa goes 1-6, Boston must go at least 4-2.

And if Tampa goes 0-7, Boston must go at least 3-3.

It does not seem very likely.

***
Rays/Orioles at 5
Yankees/Blue Jays at 7
East                     Magic #
Rays 93 62 ---
Red Sox 91 65 2.5 4

Wild Card Magic #
Red Sox 91 65 ---
Yankees 85 71 6.5 1

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Jere said...

This is the key day. If we get a win and a Baltimore sweep, we're 1 back with 5 to play. Anything else...I'm probably out 15 bucks.

redsock said...

LOOKS LIKE PESKY DAY IS FRIDAY.

***

1. Grady Sizemore, CF
2. Jamey Carroll, 2B
3. Shin-Soo Choo, LF
4. Jhonny Peralta, SS
5. Victor Martinez, 1B
6. David Dellucci, DH
7. Kelly Shoppach, C
8. Franklin Gutierrez, RF
9. Andy Marte, 3B

1. Jacoby Ellsbury, RF
2. Dustin Pedroia, 2B
3. David Ortiz, DH
4. Kevin Youkilis, 3B
5. Jason Bay, LF
6. Jed Lowrie, SS
7. Sean Casey, 1B
8. Kevin Cash, C
9. Coco Crisp, CF

Zenslinger said...

Baltimore's up 2-0 over TB. If that means...well, anything.

Jere said...

2-2, mid 5th.

Amy said...

Where is everybody??

Amy said...

Our closest friends are at the game tonight with their daughter and son in law. We were their next choice, if the daughter and SIL had turned them down. I am hoping the Sox clinch tonight for their sake and everyone else, but to think that I MIGHT have been there....

ish said...

Hey there, fellers.

Amy said...

Hi, Ish, Were you able to keep warm enough last night?

Amy said...

And I ain't no feller...

ish said...

Our closest friends are at the game tonight with their daughter and son in law. We were their next choice, if the daughter and SIL had turned them down. I am hoping the Sox clinch tonight for their sake and everyone else, but to think that I MIGHT have been there....

Hey, Amy. I'm here!

By the way, sorry I never got around to answering your questions about the pictures the other day. First of all, thanks for the kind comments, and secondly, I took those pictures with a little handheld Canon camera. the A75. Amazing what I could do with that little thing.

Amy said...

Ish, those are terrific photos. You have a great eye. Did you take a course, or are you just a natural?

Did you take any photos last night?

ish said...

Actually I felt great last night. I had... four t-shirts on. I was getting just a touch of a chill at the end of the game, but all was well.

It sure is strange watching the game on TV tonight after having been there last night! I've watched well over a thousand games on television and have seen one major league game at the park, and THIS seems weird!

Amy said...

Let's score early and often.

nick said...

two-two to Choo.

practically a Beatles song.

ish said...

Amy, I took a photography course in high school that didn't do much for me except make me interested in shooting. We used black and white film cameras and had to go into the dark room and develop them... I hated that. But it made me want a digital camera.

And yep, I took a lot of pictures last night. They're not real good because of the camera I was using - not a great zoom, and people sitting in front of me moved around a lot.

Amy said...

That was your FIRST GAME? Oh, wow, I didn't realize that. What did you think of Fenway? You must have been so excited.

SOrry they didn't clinch for you last night.

ish said...

But I'll see about uploading a picture or two tonight.

Amy said...

Koo-koo-ka choo.

nick said...

First game! awesome for you. I've been to three games in the last 2 years and each time I am awestruck when I see the field and the Green Monster. Just the anticipation of walking into the park is so thrilling.

Amy said...

FY! Put the pressure on.

nick said...

Sing it!

We will OWN Lee.

Amy said...

Yes, I agree, Nick. There is something about emerging from the dark tunnels to the green everywhere that just takes my breath away.

redsock said...

i'm here too.

Amy said...

Hi, Allan. I thought you just left the doors open for us to play unsupervised.

Amy said...

Allan, did you see the nice piece about DFW in the Times Week in Review on Sunday?

OH, shit, let's not do this MLOB thing again.

nick said...

bah. I don't want this to be a game where we just keep nibbling at their ankles. I want to DOMINATE.

Zenslinger said...

Scutaro gets thrown out trying to stretch a double into a triple vs. Yanks.

L-girl said...

Hi all, just popping in to say hi. I'm so baseball-deprived these days - and spending far too much time at my computer - so I think I'll watch the game w/o the keyboard tonight.

redsock said...

I don't know, I have seen so many! I am getting the Google news alerts for both IJ and DFW.

Amy said...

Hi, Laura, I miss you. Teaching at night has definitely cut into my game threading.

L-girl said...

Ish, I don't think I realized that was your first time at Fenway! Congrats, that is so cool. I'm sorry it was a loss. But I hope it was a great experience anyway.

Joe Grav said...

yay

Amy said...

Allan, should I send you a link? I read in hard copy, but I am sure I can find it online.

ish said...

It was fantastic and surreal. Felt that electricity and that magic... One of my favorite moments was Sweet Caroline. One of my least favorite moments? The wave.

Oh look! A baseball game!


Sorry that took me so long. Just ate some dinner. A fantastic Sicilian pizza.

L-girl said...

Hi Amy! I miss you too. :)

I've been mostly absent from gamethreads too, only threading once a week or so, twice at most.

And now I'm gone again...

nick said...

Allan, who is IJ?

Joe Grav said...

5-2 rays. forget the division. let's just wrap this shit up tonight.

redsock said...

Amy: links are good!

L-girl said...

Fantastic and surreal: excellent!

redsock said...

Allan, who is IJ?

I'm going to pretend you didn't type that!

Zenslinger said...

IJ = David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest.

Zenslinger said...

Hey, I haven't read it. Yet.

Amy said...

Allan, I emailed you the link.

redsock said...

Thanks, Amy. I hadn't seen it. The Times did a couple of great pieces, but I missed this one.

ish said...

Three things I didn't like last night, in no particular order...

I wish we would have gotten there when the gates open, but there was no way. We could only take the 4:00 bus to Boston, got into South Station at 5:40. So we got settled into our seats finally around 6:45. I think I'd make a day of it next time around.

I don't like the wet floor where my seats were. Had no idea what that was. I'm hoping it was just water.

And of course, the loss. A single could have won the game.

nick said...

I was stretching my brain trying to figure out who died recently with the initials IJ. I found a wikipedia page on deaths in 2008 and was scanning through when it hit me that it wasn't a person.

SIDGYRWYFPI

Amy said...

You're welcome. All that I have read and heard makes me feel pretty foolish for having never read anything of his. Once I actually have some time (after baseball season) to read before I am too exhausted to keep my eyes open, I will have to check out some of those essays. I don't think I have what it takes for IJ.

Amy said...

So, Nick, what did all those initials stand for? Much harder to decipher than IJ.

redsock said...

If your library has "A Supposedly Fun Thing", check it out. ... Maybe it's time for the JoS Book Club!!!

nick said...

SIDGYRWYFPI = Sorry I didn't get your reference when you first posted it.

ish said...

Should have a glossary just for abbreviations...

redsock said...

these clev tv guys seriously need some new material -- they are talking about josh bard.

that was almost 2 full seasons ago!!!

ish said...

I've said this before, but I love this camera angle when Wakefield pitches.

nick said...

I was thinking the same thing, ish, on that pitch.

phil said...

Allan, who is IJ?

It's an inside joke.

ish said...

Gutz is gone...

He said something popped. Could read his lips.

L-girl said...

Amy, I will be very honest, I tried to read DFW's fiction and hated it. I also can't read DeLillo, Pynchon or any of those guys.

Yet I loved loved loved DFW's essays. I can't believe we're not going to have any more.

nick said...

"might have"? uh, totally did.

ish said...

Speaking of jokes... how about that first base umpire?

phil said...

So we got Dr. Jekyll pitching tonight? Sounds good.

phil said...

FFS.

nick said...

sorry, wasn't clear. my quote was from Remy about how Casey might have touched the bag first.

gadzooks!

ish said...

Carl Bean pronounces Choo's name as.. "Sin Soo-Choo"

Amy said...

Thanks, Laura, for telling me that. From what I have read about the novel, it sounds like I would be lost in the density and obscurity of it. (Sorry, Allan.) So I will try out the essays first. I read some of the essay on tennis Allan linked to, but got interrupted and never was able to finish it. I can see the genius in his use of language from the little I read, but it sure it dense reading even about tennis!

phil said...

I miss August Coco.

ish said...

Lyndon bluffed a lot last night.

Amy said...

Wow, everyone got awfully quiet.

redsock said...

FKR win Game 1 5-2.

nick said...

Right now I have the TV on mute as emma is transcribing a Hannah Montana song to figure out the lyrics. I've also got work to do on the computer, so I try not to keep flipping back here every 8 seconds (I last about 11).

Amy said...

Ach, that was so close!

Amy said...

Papi can't believe it didn't go out.

Amy said...

If we don't score this inning, I may just lose it.

phil said...

Doubles are good. I just wish he could get that extra ten feet.

Jere said...

uhhhhhLLLLLLL!

Amy said...

GONE!!

Ok, I am not going to lose it.

nick said...

alright, DOMINATE!

L-girl said...

sweaty dong!

redsock said...

SULTAN OF SWEAT!

Jere said...

Amy--just so ya know, photo-wise, I put up a photo gallery at my blog after every game I go to. Don't know if you knew that.

Jere said...

Mayor McCheck

Amy said...

No, Jere, I didn't know that. I have to add your blog to my Google Reader so I get notifications of new posts. What's the link? I am sorry that I have missed the photos, etc.

Jere said...

anybody's name/pic is a link to their page which shows the blogs they do. Just click my name it'll take you there. The photo gallery section is down on the right.

Jere said...

Remy calmy describing Ortiz' trot from home to second. If it were Manny, he'd be saying "I've had enough." If Ortiz dogs it, say it, Remy.

Amy said...

Of course...I should have known that. Duh. Thanks, Jere.

nick said...

LBJ woulda snagged.

Jere said...

Ish--there was rain Sunday, I noticed the water all around the park, too. But think of it this way: The rain washed the last month of ass juice of your seat for you.

Jere said...

Orsillo says "Bizons" instead of Bisons.

ish said...

Ish--there was rain Sunday, I noticed the water all around the park, too. But think of it this way: The rain washed the last month of ass juice of your seat for you.

:D Try out new refreshing, delicious, Ass Juice. Kids love it!

Jere said...

Mayor McTotally Shoulda Had That

ish said...

Think that should've been an error? That was an ugly play there.

Nah. Still would have been above average.

Amy said...

Very cool photos and post from last night, Jere. But no photos of Ish? I guess you guys didn't meet up. That would have been great.

With only avatars, I think of Jere looking like Papelbon and Ish looking like DiceK.

OH, SHIT, a run. UCH.

ish said...

"Above average" I should say.

Amy said...

OH DAMN. Tie score....

ish said...

I took a picture of Jere walking away...

nick said...

flarg bagnabbinglug smurg!

Amy said...

The wheels are coming off...

Jere said...

Amy--I guess you didn't go back to last night's thread in the morning to see ish and my comments from when we got home, heheh.

This inning is getting shittier with each batted ball. Two grounders to infielders and a lazy fly. Two lazy flies. And every time a run scores! Come on!

ish said...

Last night Lyndon had that diving attempt at a fly ball in right-center - the people around me were standing and cheering - had no idea the ball wasn't caught.

nick said...

nabflaggin! grastackma.

Jere said...

It's weird, because some Asian men were in Ish's row, before he got there. I was getting close to thinking maybe he DID look like Dice-K. Finally I saw his Okajima shirt arrive..

ish said...

Amy - Jere seemed to have a lot less of a hard time finding our seats than we did!

It's funny though. I could barely hear you, Jere. Until I tuned my ears in. I thought at first you were just the guy who'd be sitting next to me for the night. Ya know, a social type. Took about five seconds to figure it out. By the way, how was it exactly that you pronounced your name?

Amy said...

Wait, you guys met and didn't take a photo so we could see you both there? What is wrong with you! :)

ish said...

It's weird, because some Asian men were in Ish's row, before he got there. I was getting close to thinking maybe he DID look like Dice-K. Finally I saw his Okajima shirt arrive..

Yeah, they were really excited when Jeemer was pitching.

ish said...

See, it never even occured to me that Jere even HAD a camera! Now I'm seeing it. One of those not-quite-DSLR cameras that have fantastic zoom.

Jere said...

I always think of my name as "Jerry" spelled differently. But "Jer'" ("jare") works as that's a shortening of Jerry. So, either way. But it DOES NOT rhyme with Richard Gere.

Amy said...

OK, went back and saw your posts, Ish and Jere. I still am pissed we have no photos of your meeting.

ish said...

I always think of my name as "Jerry" spelled differently. But "Jer'" ("jare") works as that's a shortening of Jerry. So, either way. But it DOES NOT rhyme with Richard Gere.

I ALWAYS read it was Jeer, so that'll be a mental adjustment to make.

John Coffey. Like the drink, only not spelt the same.

Jere said...

Well if someone had gotten there earlier... ha.

Seriously, I didn't see him arrive until right before the game, so my only chance was in the lull between anthem and first pitch. By the time I got to his seat, the first pitch was about to be thrown, so not much time to do much of anything--plus I had a stranger holding my standing room spot.

Amy said...

I have assumed Jere = Jerry. Is it just a creative spelling, or is it a family name or something?

Amy said...

NICE!

ish said...

Had a couple of fighter jets fly over us in Portsmouth, driving to the bus. Right near the airport runway. You don't hear those things coming. They're just VOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMM on you.

ish said...

They were only a thousand feet or so above us.

phil said...

I always figured it was short for Jeremy.

nick said...

So when you say your name, do you say it like "Jerry"? I figured it like "Jehr".

Jere said...

my dad and his dad were Jere's. The creative part on my parents' part was naming my sister Jene. My mom was gonna call me Steven but when my dad's mom saw me she said to my mom, "You ARE gonna continue the tradition, right?" So I got stuck with it.

redsock said...

they allowed you to move during the anthem???? why does john henry hate america?

ish said...

Seriously, I didn't see him arrive until right before the game, so my only chance was in the lull between anthem and first pitch. By the time I got to his seat, the first pitch was about to be thrown, so not much time to do much of anything--plus I had a stranger holding my standing room spot.

Yeah, and I forgot where he was sitting like 5 seconds after he left.

OFF THE GREEN!!! Love that sound!!!

Fuck yeah MVP!!!

nixon33 said...

I LOVE PEDROIA

nick said...

Fuck Yeah, FY!

Amy said...

YES!!! We tied it!

Jere said...

FY FY

ish said...

Oh man. The feeling the crowd had and the VOLUME!!! Still fresh in my mind.

phil said...

2-0 MFY.

Amy said...

Papi wants out OUT this time.

Amy said...

Bullpen making music.

ish said...

I think it'd be great to do a 10-game plan or something, but jeez. We got those tickets for free and we still paid $40 each for the evening. It was $26 for the bus alone.

Jere said...

"So when you say your name, do you say it like "Jerry"? I figured it like "Jehr"."

I try not to say my name. But, I always pronounce it "Jerry," but with a Connecticut "Jair-E" as opposed to the short E sound you hear from New Yorkers. But plenty of people just say Jehr. Which I'm totally fine with. Not short for Jeremy, either.

Amy said...

CHICKENS

nick said...

I love me some sweet sweet sweat, but it's a sad day when they pitch to ortiz, but IBB the guy behind him (and it ain't Manny).

Amy said...

We must have heard you say your name during your simulcasts.

Jere said...

I just cheapen my trip by never paying more than a few quarters for parking--or the $8 lot if it's absolutely necesary, always getting tix for face value, and rarely buying food/drink beyond maybe a pizza slice. When you don't drink alcohol it makes cheapness a LOT easier.

ish said...

I think it's great how you look at your name and don't really know what pronunciation would be completely correct, I guess you could say.

I mean, it's pretty (hold that thought)


BAY AREA.

phil said...

!

Jere said...

We quickly get the lead against Cy!

nixon33 said...

BAY SAYS 'SUCK MY COCK, LEE'

Amy said...

Ha, that'll teach them to IBB Youk. You just get Bay instead.

ish said...

I mean, people know how to pronounce Robert. And especially Rob. Of course, people around here with heavy Maine and Massachusetts accents would say Robbit.

phil said...

Please don't suck, Jed.

Jere said...

"We must have heard you say your name during your simulcasts."

I almost always avoid saying my name. Or even the word "cherry." Something about that sound, I just have a hard time saying. I'm weird.

phil said...

I know a Roe-bayr.

phil said...

And he did suck.

nick said...

When I was younger I had a Howie Mandel record where he riffs on how hard it is to pronounce this guy's name, "bob".

Jed-K.

Jere said...

" I think it's great how you look at your name and don't really know what pronunciation would be completely correct,"

For someone with such a unique name, it should be pointed out that I'm also a J. Smith, which is like the most basic you can get. My mom shoulda named me Steven, because I'm Even Steven.

nick said...

It so annoys me that I like the music in that McDonald's commercial.

ish said...

I just cheapen my trip by never paying more than a few quarters for parking--or the $8 lot if it's absolutely necesary, always getting tix for face value, and rarely buying food/drink beyond maybe a pizza slice. When you don't drink alcohol it makes cheapness a LOT easier.

Where do you park? $26 for the bus for me, $4 for the T... $6 for a quick McDonalds dinner (I very rarely eat at McDonalds.) I didn't buy anything at the ballpark. I got a snack at south station that cost $5... So that's $41.

Amy said...

Jere, you are the master for sure of getting into Fenway for the least. Although we were lucky this year---once we went as guests (though we took our friends out to dinner to thank them) and once we went at face value through work. But a few quarters for parking? We paid a quarter of a $100 for parking, I believe. And gas, etc. We didn't eat much though. Just an overpriced beer for Harvey and an ice cream for me.

phil said...

Time to start calling him JFK?

Jere said...

Tampa already up 1-0

ish said...

I was Ro-bayer in french class in middle school.

Amy said...

No more runs, Wake. Please. I want to clinch tonight when my friends are there.

ish said...

More like Ro-Bear actually.

Amy said...

I was Gigi in French class...too many girls named Amy.

ish said...

I don't know if it's the Orioles playing the worst baseball in the history of bad baseball, or the Rays just continuing that tear all season. If this is a message sender maybe.

I like how Lou Pinella's not resting his starters against the Mets and Brewers, by the way.

ish said...

In german class I was Max.

Amy said...

Nice, Tim!

Jere said...

There are a bunch of areas around Fenway with meters that end at 6 PM. I get there at 4, pay 2 bucks in quarters for 2 hours of parking. But even if you don't like to get there for gates opening like I always do--you can still go to an 8 PM meter starting at 6 PM, and you're still in there before game time. The only time you can't do this is Saturday afternoon and weekday afternoon games, which are both pretty rare nowadays.

Jere said...

I had to be Javier in Spanish class.

Amy said...

Living as far away as we do, we never can get there that much before game time. If it's a weekday game, we are working, and we rarely (never?) get to weekend games.

Maybe JOS09 will be a weekend, and I can find where these cheap parking spots are. Or will Allan and Laura have to come during weekdays?

ish said...

I had to be Javier in Spanish class.

Hey, you could have been Hair...

Jere said...

Already asked--Laura couldn't give a definite on weekend/weekday

phil said...

Useless.

ish said...

Brendan Donnelly warming for the Spides.

Amy said...

Sure wish we had not had that DP.

Jere said...

I see the ump was able to avoid that one...

ish said...

So, it'd be about $17 for gas, $2 for parking... That's fantastic, actually.

That definitely makes driving there look more attractive. The bus was very relaxing, but riding back on a bus at 1 AM is a little frightening! It's like a bad dream.

Amy said...

Jacoby seems to play better in the fall. He has been hitting a lot more lately, just like last fall.

ish said...

I see the ump was able to avoid that one...

Everyone in the park was still standing in disbelief in my area, until almost the start of the next inning.

Jere said...

Nobody can cut my head off while I'm driving.

Amy said...

Or not...

Jere said...

Amy--I like that assessment. He seems to look more like a star when everybody has long sleeves on.

Jere said...

If Coke blows this, Moose will not get 20 lines. I mean wins.

Jere said...

He's probably shitting his pants knowing if the Jays tie the game, he officially can't get 20 yet again. Unless Girardi tries to bring him into a tie game this week to sneak a win.

ish said...

Nobody can cut my head off while I'm driving.

And I don't have to worry about the driver falling asleep if it's me driving. Unless I'm real tired, but I can stay awake. I've driven from Maine to Florida, 1400 miles, in 36 hours on four hours of sleep before we left, and one hour of sleep on the way.

ish said...

O'Brien: "Just a very pretty Autumn night at the ballpark..."

Strange way of describing it.

ish said...

From where I sat

ish said...

How about MDC, eh?

Jere said...

My old band did L.A. to Connecticut in 47 hours. Obviously you avoid needing to stop for sleep with 4 drivers, but I did do most of it. If only gas were free and cars released environment-nourishing oxygen, it would be a much better world.

Amy said...

Wow, Ish, those must have been great seats. How did you get them for free?

ish said...

My old band did L.A. to Connecticut in 47 hours. Obviously you avoid needing to stop for sleep with 4 drivers, but I did do most of it. If only gas were free and cars released environment-nourishing oxygen, it would be a much better world.

That is so true. But maybe that would cause the world to get built up even more, with less open spaces.

ish said...

Amy, the original source was advertising. My sister's boyfriend is an advertising assistant and got them from work and invited me.

Amy said...

Boy, your sister has a nice bf!

ish said...

Just when I say "how about MDC?" He loses the plate.

Jere said...

"I fell on my keys!"

phil said...

MFDC

ish said...

Boy, your sister has a nice bf!

He's fantastic. He was going to give both of them to me, so my father and I could go, but it just so happened to be the day my father had to go to Seattle for work.

But he's one of the nicest people you'd ever meet.

Jere said...

Cano doubles, goes to 3rd on a wild pitch, scores on a wild pitch. 3-0 Yanks. We're trying to get Moose a loss here, come on!

redsock said...

come on, jeemer! strand those inherited runners

ish said...

I yelled "Jeemer!!" Last night.

And Lyndon.

And Ococ....


When Bailey hit that ball that hit the umpire at third base, I had just finished yelling "Come on, GUMBALL!!!"

phil said...

BAL 1 - FKR 1

ish said...

Youk's double

phil said...

BAL 2 - FKR 1

Amy said...

Be 2007 Oki, please.

Amy said...

PHEW

Jere said...

yeah oki!

ish said...

JEEMER = Mr. Clean!

Amy said...

Yelling Jeemer probably wouldn't have raised many eyebrows. But Lyndon and OcOc would have!

Jere said...

Shea Stadium seats going for more than Fenway seats.

ish said...

Brak Brak

ish said...

You could buy two Fenway seats, go out to a nice restaurant, for the price of two Shea seats. I'd take the fenway seats.

Plus, you get more ass residue for your money.

phil said...

Orange and blue sold out.

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