(Oh, dam) third post-season stray cast 10-2-08

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Listening to the third inning of the Sox game felt like looking at the Hofmann Dam: stuff just kept coming down with a roar. (Oh where’s the mighty Quinn when you need him? Or a timely Cabrera hit?)

At this rate with the Sox and Cubs, I’ll be done with these daily stray casts by the weekend.

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