MLB Trade Deadline

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

The New Magic Number

The Red Sox now have an eight game lead in the American League East, thanks to the Detroit Tigers thrashing of the Yankees at Comerica Park on Monday night, 16-0. (Thanks to my friend Adam for the picture.)

9 comments:

Peter N said...

Great new look...the sky is stunning! The first step these next 2 days and one afternoon in the burning Bronx (final episode tonight) will be to beat Pettitte, one of 'their' two effective pitchers. Clemens is NOT included in that statement. Can you say .500??

Peter N said...

That's Roger's record so far...5-5...and I meant two nights and one afternoon....but you knew. John, enjoy!!!

falcon02520 said...

I love when the Yankees suck. GO SOX!!!

btw, thanks for adding my blog

Novella said...

I love your new Fenway Park picture in the header-ish area ... it is just beautiful !!!

The Omnipotent Q said...

Thanks for the compliments about the new style blog, everyone, as it is much appreciated.(And my pleasure to add the link, Falcon.)

Eight games and climbing. Time to put it in overdrive!

anthony said...

Hey John your cuz here nice blog and I have to check out the bar sometime.I hope your sox rake the ynks.When does your talking wrestling blog start? we already have a theme song!! Turnbuckle!!!

Suldog said...

It... Is... OVER.

If it turns out that it isn't, I'll have killed myself, so I'm not worried about making such a bold prediction :-)

I love that shot of Fenway, Q. Very beautiful.

Michael Leggett said...

The Yankmes are, basically, TOAST @ this point:

Rogggggggahhhh, also known for his "Liquid Enhancement", is on his last legs;

Will be @ Professor Thom's Tonight.

The Omnipotent Q said...

Thanks for stopping by, Anthony. Thanks also for the kind words. Don't know if I'll ever do a wrestling blog, but I like the idea of "Turnbuckle!" Is it sung by George (The Animal) Steele, my favorite wrestler of all-time?

I know you wouldn't make such a bold prediction, Suldog, if you weren't sure. I won't utter those words until the day the Yankees are eliminated. I'm just funny that way...