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July 23, 2013


Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 11:20 am

The 1914 Red Sox outscored the 1914 Rebels 15-0 behind the four hit, no walks and one strikeout pitching of Rube Foster.  The BoSox banged out 21 hits and drew three walks.  The scoring differential for the two-games series was 18-0.






So far the tournament is going well.  There have been several series that went the full three games.  I am watching The League as I play games.  The shows are pretty funny but probably more of adult-type of humor.  This show is also actually making me look forward to Fantasy Football this year.  I think with more of a regular schedule I should be good this year since I had problems last year because I struggled remembering what day of the week it was as my schedule rotates between night and days every time I work.  I seem to be doing better with that this year.  Life is good!


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