My Thoughts on the Post Season

Posted: 7th October 2009 by Jeff Summers in MLB
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Nearly everyone has heard the baseball clichÚ, ôthe season is a marathonö that is used to describe the way teams approach a season. It is usually called out to try and talk the fans or the media off the ledge when a team is not living up to expectations. I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard that phrase used in connection with the 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks. I would have enough money to renew my season tickets for free. Normally I donÆt stop and ponder that quote, it is like the boy who cried wolf. You just get so used to hearing it you begin to tune it out much like my wife tunes me out when I begin discussing the needs for upgrading our Diamondbacks tickets to a better location. Yesterday as the Detroit Tigers began preparing to meet the Minnesota Twins in the 163rd game of ...

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