"I have never felt that anything really mattered but the satisfaction of knowing that you stood for the things in which you believed and had done the very best you could." - Eleanor Roosevelt

Monday, October 6, 2008

Sunday Post on Monday....

2008 MLB Playoff Central


vs. vs.
Rays lead 2-1 Red Sox lead 2-1
Game 1: Rays 6, White Sox 4 Game 1: Red Sox 4, Angels 1
Game 2: Rays 6, White Sox 2 Game 2: Red Sox 7, Angels 5
Game 3: White Sox 5, Rays 3 Game 3: Angels 5, Red Sox 4
Game 4: Mon. at White Sox Game 4: Mon. at Red Sox
Game 5*: Wed. at Rays Game 5*: Wed. at Angels
Full White Sox-Rays coverage Full Red Sox-Angels coverage
* -- if necessary

vs. vs.
Phillies win 3-1 Dodgers win 3-0
Game 1: Phillies 3, Brewers 1 Game 1: Dodgers 7, Cubs 2
Game 2: Phillies 5, Brewers 2 Game 2: Dodgers 10, Cubs 3
Game 3: Brewers 4, Phillies 1 Game 3: Dodgers 3, Cubs 1
Game 4: Phillies 6, Brewers 2 Full Dodgers-Cubs coverage
Full Brewers-Phillies coverage

After so much activity, I could not stay up and watch the late Sunday Football Game or the end of the Red Sox verses Angles game. I see above where the American League still needs another round to determine the winners. Looks like the Phillies versus the Dodgers is up next.

I do know that Green Bay lost, as did the Texans and Buffalo. Football season is long and there have already been some horrible injuries. Let's hope that the rest of the season only allows the "normal" ones like sprains and groin pulls (etc.) and no more spinal or worse injuries.

The Detroit Shock won the WNBA title yesterday. I am sorry that San Antonio did not perform better, but they should hold there heads up high. They made it to the finals and looked great against a very well coached team. If the Shock sign Bill Lambier to another contract, the Shock will most assuredly get a fourth title.

Back to work...I have more to post, but it will be later tonight when I am home.

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