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The one thing they didn't buy, couldn't buy or
whatever was pitching.  They just didn't have the
caliber of pitching they possessed in their last four
WS victories.  The axiom goes good pitching will
always beat good hitting.  No team can expect to win
all their games by scores like 10-9 or 14-13.  If you
have good pitching you only need 1 or 2 runs.  It's
definitely not as painful as getting blown out by the
Sox.  By the way they finished in THIRD place behind
Toronto.  Jimski

--- Geoff Devine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Digging through the archives, Matthew Kulas wrote:
> 
> > Hurray for the Sox!  They won a game!  And,
> managed to keep the
> > gap between them and the Yankees to only eight
> games.
> >
> > Suck the Fox!
> >
> > --Matt K.
> 
> A-Rod.  .071
> Sheffield .083
> Damon .235
> 
> The best team money can buy?  More like a billion
> dollars down the drain.


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