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Couldn't you get press credentials and then make dad your lackey. The ALCS tickets go on sale tmmorrow morning. I'll have to wake up early. The Angel organization has no respect for the slackers among its fan base.

Posted by: Bob at September 30, 2002 04:42 PM

Congratulations, Matt. Good luck with the Yankees. It'll be a tough series on the Angels, but I'm not counting them out.

How about them Chargers?!

Posted by: Howard Owens at September 30, 2002 04:43 PM

Bob -- Too shy to abuse my press powers; meanwhile, it's been fun being introduced to EBay, which I'd never looked at before.

Howard -- Thanks! And congrats on the Seau gang. I think we have a legitimate shot because A) We've played the Yanks tough & fearlessly for the last several years, for reasons unexplained, B) Torre is starting Clemens in Game 1 (and possibly 5), which allows us to play our hottest hitter, Brad Fullmer, in a field with a short right-field porch. Adam Kennedy, too, is a legitimate deep threat against Yankee-Stadium Clemens in a way that he most assuredly is not against Pettite and Wells....

Posted by: Matt Welch at September 30, 2002 05:15 PM

The next week?
Must be a slip,the next month would be better,think positive!
I'll se what I can do,but don't be hopeful,little bro has season tikkys through his work,no doubt though the big wigs will grab them while they could have cared less two weeks,two months,two years go.
If i get a pair though,you'll be outta luck,I'd rather take your pops I think.At least he has beer money.

Posted by: DavidD at October 1, 2002 12:31 AM

The Angels are back in my good graces now that they have the opportunity to beat the hated Yankees.

'79 against
'82 for
'86 big time against
'02' Go Angels beat the Yankees.

Posted by: Jack Tanner at October 1, 2002 05:32 AM
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