It was just four months ago that Robert Andino blooped a fly ball off Jonathan Papelbon to left field that Carl Crawford muffed as the Orioles defeated the Red Sox 4-3 eliminating Boston from postseason contention.
It was awesome.
Disappointed Bostonians flooded the streets of Baltimore as they watched their team complete one of the biggest collapses in baseball history.
Baltimore is a two sport city and one that has been dominated by football for over a decade. But on September 28, baseball was top dog.
This Sunday, Baltimore’s other professional sports franchise, the Ravens, has a chance to eliminate another one of Boston’s teams. The Ravens head to New England for the AFC Championship in a game that they listed as seven point underdogs.
Can Baltimore disappoint Boston twice? That’s what Adam Jones wants to know.
We’ll find out Sunday night. Kickoff is at 3:00. Are you ready?
Can and will.
The “Dicky Eklunds” up north will all be on suicide watch.
Then MD’s Team has to come with the T-Shirt:
Boston (New England) 0
Ravens 30 Patriots 20. That is all you need to know.
MGW, and BM1958, I like the way you both think. Flacco on the offense, and Suggs and company on the defense, will make it a long day for the Patriots. Patriots are 3-0 in AFC Championship games at home. Make it 3-1. Ravens 27 Patriots 17.
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