Here's some stuff that I saw that you cant get from watching the game on TV.
All the Cardinals looked relaxed and not nervous at all.
Methany, Carp, Waino and Garcia were all out in the outfield shagging balls during batting practice. They were cutting up and you could tell breaking balls on each other.
Waino was going around to each little group of gathered Cardinals and spoke to them for a little while and then moved on to the next group. You could tell he was trying to pump people up, show some leadership.
I was down by the field where Loshe and Molina warmed up before the game. I was about 5 yards from Molina catching Loshe. When they came out there were a group of about 20 Cardinal fans standing there . We all started cheering and yelling out encouragement. They gave a very slight acknowledgment that we were there so close but they were both so focused on what they were doing it was amazing to watch. One of the guys in the group said that Molina looked like he would kill the next guy that attempted to distract him. Those dudes were on point and locked in.
In the 8th inning after the 1st out and the 1st runner was on both Holliday and Jay were looking over at the bullpen to see who was coming out. Every time Boggs threw a ball both glanced over at the bullpen. Their body language was someone that was expecting something and wasn't seeing what they had been told or what they were told to expect.
Originally Posted by FAX
No, Mr. Halfcan. Steak and BJ day is on the 14th this year.
Plus, I think it's safe to say that, no matter how much we appreciate Mr. Bob Dole (and we do), he doesn't hold a candle to steak and bjs.
Frankly, I'm looking forward to tomorrow which is Pie and BJ day, the holiday originally established by Charlemagne to acknowledge the Khazar kingdom's conversion to Judaism and the remarkable ability of Byzantine women to both bake and control their gag reflex.