Ladies and Girls, Boys and Gentlemen, welcome to our coverage of World Series Game 6 of 2002.
Dan Shafer: "Well, I guess I'm officially addicted to this stuff. Despite the fact that my 'audience' has stayed away in droves and despite the fact that I probably miss an occasional play because I'm commenting on the last one, I've decided to blog the final game(s) of the 2002 World Series."
12:20PM: I'm doing some more work on Weblogs.Com for RSS this afternoon. It's going too slowly for my liking. I guess I've got baseball on the brain today. Anyway, here's the file that's supposed to be updating. If Scripting News shows up at the top of the list, something is working. It did.
Counting down to Game 6 of the 2002 World Series. Starts at 5PM Pacific. And Daylight Savings Time ends at 2AM. Move your clocks back one hour. Spring forward, fall back.
The NY Times checked out the odds on who wins the 2002 series, and surprisingly, the odds favor the Angels, even though they must win both of the remaining games to win the series, and the Giants must only win one of two. Dan Shafer predicted a six game series, and now feels sure his bet is going to come through. I told friends privately that I expected a seven game series, and while I don't want one, I still believe the Angels are too good and gutsy to give up so easily. We're going back to blog baseball tonight, I missed hanging out with Dan and Scoble and Jake, it wasn't the same being at the game on Thurs (it was even better actually). My brother was in awe. He said I was at the best baseball game ever. Aw come on, no way. What about game 6 of the 1986 series. Anyway, today I feel lucky. I bet all people who are rooting for the Giants feel lucky today. Savor it, because there's a tiny streak of Mets in the Giants, I think that's why I like them. And there's one thing I've found that really helps the Giants focus and score lots of runs.. PRAY!
Two years ago on this day, after the Mets World Series loss to the Yankees. "Losing is part of what the Mets are about."
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