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Saturday, October 14, 2006
Liveblogging NLCS: Game 3

4:58 PM: The Tigers just finished off their sweep of the A’s in the ALCS. Hopefully the NLCS game will start soon. I don’t need to see all this postgame crap.

5:05 PM: Bah, I’m going out to bring in some food. I’ll probably miss the first pitch or so.

5:25 PM: I’m back. Listened to the first inning on my XM in the car, to hear the Mets go down 1-2-hit-3 in the top of the first.

5:45 PM: Well, crap, I forgot about the liveblog. Cards scored 2 in the first, and loaded the bases before finally having the inning end on a called strike three to Yadier Molina. 2-0 Cardinals.

5:50 PM: Mets go down 1-2-3 in the second. This is frustrating.

5:54 PM: Jeff fucking Suppan just homered for the Cardinals. 3-0.

5:59 PM: I give up. Why is Darren Oliver not in the game? Or at least warming up? I think I might stop the liveblogging.

6:03 PM: Trachsel is out with “injury” after getting hit with a ball up the middle, and then walking Pujols to load the bases with no outs. Oliver has as much time as he needs to warm up so he can give up the grand slam to Edmonds.

6:10 PM: Eckstein scores on a wild pitch. 4-0. Edmonds grounds out to first, driving in another run. 5-0.

6:12 PM: I’m gonna keep the game on, but go do other things. Too frustrating with the liveblog. I know from all the (zero) comments I’ve gotten, all my (any?) readers will really be upset.

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