21 October 07

Sox Win The ALCS

Three Sox Fans We watched the game over at our friend Chris’s house, who managed to share the experience with her sister Sue in New England via webcam. At left is an image of Pica, Chris, and me taken early in the game.

Despite the 11-2 score, it was a close game until the end of the 7th when Boston rookie and Yolo County native Dustin Pedroia hit a two-run home run off of Cleveland reliever Rafael Betancourt who had hitherto in the series been lights out. The Red Sox picked up 6 more runs in the 8th to put the game truly out of reach.

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  1. Woohoo! I didn’t know that Pedroia was a Yolo boy. A good portion of the Sox live in Newton, so J and I keep expecting (hoping?) to run into one at the local deli or such.

    It’s gonna be a lot of late nights keeping up with the series, but here’s hoping it’s all worth it in the end.

    Lorianne    22. October 2007, 07:46    Link
  2. Does this mean for the Series you may be doing the visual portion of the audio/visual Sox experience? It’s going to get chilly in Beantown – just to keep things interesting. Hugs, LL

    tattler    23. October 2007, 18:45    Link
  3. It’s really funny and kind of sad and irritating to watch the baseball news here in Japan. The only thing they ever show is Matsuzaki. You can have an entire game going on on TV but the camera focuses only on Matsuzaki, even when he is in the dugout. From what the news here says, the entire Red Sox game was played only by Matsuzaki against the other team. Now, I’m not the best person to talk to about anything to do with baseball, but even I know that the game involves two teams of nine players!

    butuki    24. October 2007, 06:00    Link
  4. It was a memorable night, watching the game with all of you via webcam. I’ll never forget it!! Hugs, Sue

    Sue    27. October 2007, 11:17    Link

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