Today was the JDRF walk. More on that later. I was bushed after the walk (it’s really early for me), and took a nap when we got home.
By the time I woke up, Helaine was safely ensconced on the sofa. The Mets game was on the TV. The Phillies game was on her laptop.
The Phils were already leading. The Mets were being clobbered. Helaine was in a good mood.
As it turned out, neither lead changed. The Mets lost, ending a season which will be (arguably) compared to the biggest chokes in sports history. The Phillies, counted out in the first month of the season, became the National League East champs.
This is very exciting. Ryan Howard called the atmosphere at the ballpark, “electric.”
Seven of the eight teams that get into the playoffs will leave in disappointment… will leave losing their last game. Still, hope springs eternal. Never give up.
4 thoughts on “Put Another One In The Win Column For The Fightin’ Phils!”
As a life long Mets Fan, we can never, and I mean never, feel any lead is safe, ever again.
Good luck to your Phillies Geoff.
As a Bills fan, I just never give up hoping….Someday the underdogs will win…. why not the Phillies? Evi
Met’s Suicide Hotline 1-800-CHOKERS
I’m glad for Philadelphia sports fans that they had the Phillies to focus on yesterday, because what the Eagles did last night was shameful. I am truly sorry.
(I must say I’m kinda glad the Mets took the title of “biggest regular season chokers” away from the 1978 Red Sox … that one was overdue.)