Originally Posted by gobears1987
The one time I got to see him pitch, he gave up the winning run on a DeWayne Wise single in the 9th of a tie game.
Still the greatest closer ever. Only Eck is close in my book.
A week after his catch saving the perfecto, IIRC?
EDIT: After digging around Baseball Ref, I think you might be remembering wrong.
plus Fenway and HOF weekend
plus St. Louis and Milwaukee
plus NYC parks and Minnesota
"Genius is not replicable. Inspiration, though, is contagious, and multiform — and even just to see, close up, power and aggression made vulnerable to beauty is to feel inspired and (in a fleeting, mortal way) reconciled."
--David Foster Wallace, (
) "Roger Federer as Religious Experience"
Last edited by SephClone89; 03-09-2013 at 03:33 PM.