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August 3, 2013


Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 1:08 pm

And the Packers had no bench.  Not that it mattered much since the Browns scored five runs again.  The bullpen was OK, but the bench was terrible.  There was nobody who was a decent pinch hitter and the last pinch hitter hit into a double play to end the game.  Mild upset as the Brown win 5-2 for the second straight game and advance to the next round.





Another game is in the books, this time with Rookie of the Year playing.  That is a really good movie and funnier than I remember.  I am usually not much of a fantasy or science fiction fan, but I guess it takes that for the Cubs to do well and make the World Series.  The movie was a little confusing as far as winning the division and making the World Series, but like I said, fantasy and science fiction.  Life is good!


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