A Rocktoberâ„¢ Convert

Three weeks ago, I had nothing but venom and anger for the Rockies, as they slid right past home plate (and my Padres) into the National League playoffs. Now, though, as the Indians have fully collapsed and the Red Sox are going to the World Series (much to the relief of the FOX Sports rating counters, I’m sure), I’m fully backing the Rocktober Movement to sweep the World Series as they’ve done their last two series enroute to an unprecedented first world title.

My, how the postseason changes things so quickly.

There’s only one October.

4 thoughts on “A Rocktoberâ„¢ Convert

  1. NotMyBest2Day

    I think the Sox have a chance to take at least two games, probably not back-to-back though. In the last three games in the ALCS, Poppi and Manny really didn’t get much of anything. How about J.D. Drew in Game 6 though? The rookie getting not only his first grand slam, but his first post season HR. Then Game 7 brought Pedroia his first post season hit. The Sox outscored the Indians 30-5 in the last three games of that series. It’s obvious somebody wanted to go to the World Series.

  2. NotMyBest2Day

    I think the Sox have a chance to take at least two games, probably not back-to-back though. In the last three games in the ALCS, Poppi and Manny really didn’t get much of anything. How about J.D. Drew in Game 6 though? The rookie getting not only his first grand slam, but his first post season HR. Then Game 7 brought Pedroia his first post season hit. The Sox outscored the Indians 30-5 in the last three games of that series. It’s obvious somebody wanted to go to the World Series.

  3. Jared Smith

    It’s tough to win a series when your top two starters take the loss in three out of their four combined starts…really as simple as that. Oh, and when the designated hitter isn’t hitting, that’s bad news, too.

  4. Jared Smith

    It’s tough to win a series when your top two starters take the loss in three out of their four combined starts…really as simple as that. Oh, and when the designated hitter isn’t hitting, that’s bad news, too.

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