A Great way to end and begin the season!

Mark BenderCorrespondent ISeptember 27, 2008

It's hard to believe that the 2008 MLB regular season is over on Sunday.  The Twins, White Sox, Mets, and Milwaukee might not know who is in the NL playoffs until as late as Tuesday.  The LA Angels on the other hand clinched 18 days ago!

Keeping up with tradition (4th season in a row), I'm going to be attending the Angels game Sunday afternoon.  But now that it's hockey season, the Anaheim Ducks are playing a pre-season game later that afternoon against the Vancouver Canucks.  Now it's going to be a Dual Sport Doubleheader.  I personally can't find a better way to end the baseball regular season, and kick off the hockey season with a doubleheader of both sports.

Those of us sports fans in the greater LA area are able to have these unique opportunities to attend dual sport doubleheaders.

Now I've got to make some tough choices:

Anaheim Ducks Regular season game or Angels Playoff game.  Playoff games always win no matter what the other matchup.

I'll be at all of the home Angels playoff games, and will be writing a series of articles covering the Angels for BleacherReport.com and AngelsWin.com

If you are interested in contributing to this series of articles, be sure to check out the BleacherReport.com LA Angels Community

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