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The Tally Ho

Sunday, October 10, 2004

Fall

is the best time of year. First, the leaves are starting to change and the weather is cool. This is great. I would love to get out of the city for a night and the following day and just drive through some small towns while absorbing the foliage. Second, another two weeks of the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry. While this fall won't be as crazy as last year because the Cubs flamed out at the end - its never a dull minute when the local establishments are half Sox fans and half Yankee fans. My feeling is we shall see more of this:

The Yankees are good, they have a great line-up, and they have that kind of magic to pull things out in the final innings. Last night they scored four late while winning on a wild pitch. But Minnesota scored 17 runs in four games against the Yankees - Minnesota does not have an offense like Boston. St. Louis-Houston will be a good match up, but Red Sox-Yankees may as well be my world series. I didn't watch the World Series last year despite wanting Florida to lose in four, but the idea of Boston-Houston World Series in the midst of a presidential election has promise. Still, I hope the Cards win the NLCS. Third, and speaking of Presidents, the 44th POTUS will be chosen. Fall is great.

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