They tell us that sporting success is cyclical, but when haven’t the Dodgers been a contender?
If they had one more great arm, would they have beaten the Astros?
Playing like the team some suggested would get to the World Series, they came through.
So the series goes once more in the sunshine and haze of the Coliseum, bereft of fans but suddenly packed with drama.
Pitching wins, and in a short schedule, such as the playoffs, pitching invariably is the difference.
If what took place on the diamond was a downer, what took place in the clubhouse on Wednesday had to be uplifting.
Late summer is the best time of year, but not this August.
Eight games is a tiny sample size, but so far, so good.
Athletes are confident when the opponent is another athlete. Now it’s an unseen, seemingly unbeatable foe.
Things, on field and off, are being done that rarely ever before have been done. Maybe never been done.
Good read today on the Oakland Athletics. Points well-made, and Bay Area folks could have two…