|Florida Marlins: 2 Championships.
||[Oct. 25th, 2003|11:00 pm]
Congratulations to the Florida Marlins on their 2nd World Series Championship.|
Many people tuned out after the Cubs and the Red Sox proved to be the same crucial-game choke artists they always have been . . . I couldn't have asked for better post-season play.
Hopefully, if Dombrowski can put a team like the Marlins together after their 97 fire sale . . . well, it's not like the Tigers scouts have an eye for talent, but there is hope . . . heh.
Good pitching, good defense, and clutch hitting take a team quite a long way . . . the Marlins did all the right decisions and made all the right plays. Kudos to Florida.
I'm not a big sports person but by reading your post I learned something new today :] ha! <3
And . . . . knowing is half the battle!
Hehehe, Florida Marlins... yes we won. I'm from Miami, and I've heard they basically had a City Party. LoL. Over here in Gainesville people were pretty happy too... no big parties over it though (that I know of... UF has so many parties it's hard to keep track of them). About time they won too! Hehe... don't know ANYTHING about sports here, that's for sure.
Feel free to ask stuff about sports . . .
When I was a child, I grew up on them. I wanted to be a pro baseball player at age 7. The Tigers won the World Series that year, and it was the first year I watched baseball. I thought it was going to happen every year, hahaha . . .
What I find fun about sports is the competition and the outcome. I've ran x-country and track in high school, and I did some Little League when I was younger . . . in a setting such as a sport, competition is very fun.
I find that competition in reality, I hate. When life or death is involved, competition stinks. Theoretically, I would hate to be the guy that gets the nibble of the sandwich and stays alive, only because I'm pitted against some other person who also wants to live. Needless to say, I despise work interviews. Almost every interview I've had, it has seemed that they already had someone particular in mind for a position, and no matter what I said, they weren't going to pick me. Work interviews are pointless, and so is working at normal jobs.
On to more brighter topics . . . the coolest things about a local team championship are the parties that follow. Good times are to be found! Whoo hoo!