11 September, 2005

(Not) the playoff watch - Ashes edition

"In Affectionate Remembrance of Nats' playoff hopes, which died at RFK on 11th SEPTEMBER, 2005, Deeply lamented by a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaintances R.I.P.
N.B. — The body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Canada."


Turners 9, Nats 7

Damn Joneses.

Brewskies 4, Texans 2

With Milwaukee's run in the first, Houston has allowed 72 runs in the first inning and 72 in the second. The only other inning the Astros have allowed more runs is 86 in the eighth.

So now you know.

Metsies 7, Budweisers 2

Mets players wore seven different hats representing agencies that lost personnel in the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Martinez wore a hat with the initials, FDNY, or Fire Department New York.

Unforutnately, the Mets fall off the wild card race. Heck, Milwaukee has caught them and the Cubs are just half a game back.

Phailers 11, Flippers 1
Philly thumps the guy the Nats couldn't touch - Ismael Valdez. Yesterday's "Busted Flush", Pat Burrell, homers and drives in 4.

Wild card: Chipper Jones
Busted flush: "Chief" Cordero

Updated standings:

                W  L  GB GL
  Houston      74 66  -- 20
  Florida      76 67 0.5 19
  Philadelphia 75 68 1.5 19
  Washington   73 71 4.0 18


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