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Monday, September 24, 2007

And then it was one

Detroit lost to Minnesota tonight. As a result, the magic number is now down to one.

A Yankee victory or a Detroit loss tomorrow will mean that the Yankees clinch the Wild Card.

7 comments:

Andrea said...

I meant to tell you--I was sitting behind a kid at the Stadium today who seemed like a smart kid. He was wearing a Soriano jersey, so to me that says "long time fan." Or at least "since 2003 fan." And for a kid who can't be more than like, 11, that's a while.

When Jose Veras came in to pitch, he asked me (we became friends), "who is that, is that Scott Proctor?" and he was quite excited. I broke it to the poor lad that no, Scott Proctor was traded to the Dodgers back before the trading deadline. The look on this poor kid's face, you'd think I just told him that Santa wasn't real and that I ran over the Easter bunny with my car.

Are you related to him? A young man who's a big fan of Soriano?

Andrew Fletcher said...

Haha, nope. I wish I was though! Us Scott Proctor fans are few and far between.

Charles L. Wallace said...

I like Scott Proctor, too. I thought when he went out and burned his gear, that that was the epitome` of caring. Dang it! I know the bullpen situation this year was circumstantial, but I think we got our money's worth on Scott.

DMan said...

Proctor being traded wasn't really his fault. He was just part of the fallout when the Yankees decided to retool the pen..

Andrea said...

I was always a fan of Proctor. He had a rough game against the Angels that I brought my French friend to, and it was her first Yankee game and I really had to talk her out of hating him. Made me a little sad.

Mantlemurcer said...

Some of us remember when Drew Jr. would react the same way ;)

Andrew Fletcher said...

Proctor got a raw deal.

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