Boston’s former utility infielder and member of the 2007 championship team turned Astros bench coast will head east when Houston’s postseason run comes to an end.
The Red Sox didn’t make it past the Astros, but neither did the Yankees, and that makes it easier to bear.
Even if you’ve only been a baseball fan for a short time, or maybe not a fan at all, you’ve definitely seen the picture.
Winning the World Series might’ve broken the Curse, but everyone knows it was finally overcoming the Yankees that truly freed us.
It could be because Brady broke a mirror or walked under a ladder. It could be a coincidence — injuries are an enormous part of sports. Personally, I don’t believe in coincidences.
If Dombrowski is proactive, he’ll hire Cora. If he’s predictable, he’ll hire Ausmus. If he’s insane, he’ll hire Gardenhire.
The Astros are a better team than the Yankees, and they just let them win two in a row. I’m not a happy camper.