October Means Playoffs

As it starts to get colder (well, kinda), things seem to slow down here at the FirstEnergy.  Seem being the key word.  We just had Wingstock 2007 (which you can read about in the post below), we’re starting to open up the facilities (batting cages) for little league teams to use, and there always seems to be something going on upstairs in the BlueClaws Executive Conference Center.  

But right now, I’m going to try to stay focused on why we’re here:  baseball.  

Divisional Series Wrap Up  

Philadelphia vs. Colorado:  It was nice seeing a little bit of BlueClaws past gearing up for a divisional series.  Too bad the Fightin’s couldn’t get past the big bad Rockies.  

Cleveland vs. NY Yankees:  End of an era.  End of a Dynasty.  Francisco Carmona and C.C. Sabathia are NASTY pitchers.  I’d be scared of this team.  

Arizona vs. Chicago Cubs:  I didn’t realize this series was going on until I checked out MLB.com.  

Boston vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim:  RedSox Nation didn’t even wake up for this series.  That and the Angels were doing their best imitation of a M.A.S.H. unit.  


Colorado over Arizona, in one of the least watched Championship series of all time.  

Boston over Cleveland, in magnificent walkoff fashion.  

Boston over Colorado, home field advantage, 3 top pitchers, and as always Big Papi.  

One Response to “October Means Playoffs”

  1. Vegas Says:


    2 out of 2 correct.

    You must be a genius.
    And good looking.

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