Yesterday’s Red Sox-Yankees game may have been the most entertaining baseball game I’ve seen live. Not the best baseball, but the most over-the-top baseball show. The 4 hour 21 minute long game featured six lead changes, 28 hits, 15 walks, 16 runners left on base (12 by NY), 6 home runs, 7 Yankee and 5 Red Sox pitchers throwing a total of 386 pitches (215 by the Sox), over 37,000 fans, and untold sunburns from the first hot day of spring (82 degrees at the 4:10 PM start). The Sox came back from six runs down in the 4th inning and once they were back in the game I felt they would win. It was a wonderful day at the ballpark in this new era of the Sox-Yankees rivalry, when the Sox collapse is not inevitable. Judy and I had a great time but I’m glad I don’t have tickets for tonight’s game, which starts at 8:00 PM because it is on national tv. I’m still tired from yesterday.
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