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The Tally Ho

Monday, October 18, 2004

Baseball and Peanuts

Jim Caple writes:
Consider the Red Sox, who not only played one of the worst baseball games in postseason history Saturday night, they played one of the worst games that did not have Charlie Brown on the mound, a beagle at shortstop and a second-baseman with a security blanket. They allowed 19 runs and 22 hits in Game 3, putting themselves on the edge of winter, one loss from elimination, against a team as unforgiving and relentless as a bank foreclosing on a farmer when it smells final victory.

Was Lucy the catcher?

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