New York 14, Texas 13. Just more evidence that they need to change the “13-run” pools across the country. For those that aren’t familiar, some people run pools in which each participant has a team and the first person to have a team reach 13 runs wins the money in the pot up to that point. In the old days, a pool could go 2 or 3 weeks without a team reaching 13 runs. Including this game, in which the Bronx Roiders were down 9-0 in the 2nd inning, there were 3 such teams last night, with the Astros also reaching 14 runs.
Boston 6, Baltimore 5. It is kinda like when the older brother puts his hand on younger sibling’s forehead and the smaller child is swinging like crazy, but can’t quite hit the older brother. That is what Boston is doing to the Orioles right now. The Sox won their 13th straight over Baltimore despite hitting 3 home runs off of Curt Schilling.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim near Disney Land 8, Toronto 3. We have already wasted too much ink.