Absolutely unbelievable! A little mouse from the Tampa Bay area took out what some had come to tab as a dynasty. The Rays took care of the Red Sox in the seventh game of the American League Championship Series, one in which no one will be soon to forget. This was a total team effort, with impressive performances from unheralded players as well as 'Here I am' performances from soon-to-be stars.
The World Series is set, with Game One in Tampa Bay at 8 PM EST, on everyone's favorite baseball broadcasting network, FOX. It is, however, fortunate that we won't have to deal with TBS any longer.
The rest of the schedule looks as follows:
|Series begins Wednesday |
|Game ||Matchup ||Day ||Date ||Time ET ||TV || |
|Gm 1||PHI @ TB||Wed||Oct. 22||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 2||PHI @ TB||Thu||Oct. 23||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 3||TB @ PHI||Sat||Oct. 25||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 4||TB @ PHI||Sun||Oct. 26||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 5*||TB @ PHI||Mon||Oct. 27||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 6*||PHI @ TB||Wed||Oct. 29||8:00 PM||FOX|
|Gm 7*||PHI @ TB||Thu||Oct. 30||8:00 PM||FOX|
I will break down my prediction later, for now, I will leave you with a clip from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In this 'debate', the Rays are represented by 'a little mouse' and the Phillies are represented by a 'scorpion'. Personally, I prefer Frank's perspective that a mouse could kill a scorpion...