Labor Day Weekend is approaching, and the Sox sent out some Halladay greetings, according to John Powers. Perhaps Mars being so close, closest to Earth in 60,000 years has the planets aligned right for the Sox, that’s a theory of Jeff Horrigan. Hmmm. Interesting theory. Anyone see Mars last night? You could tell with just your eyes that it was orange in color. Paul Doyle says that through all the ups and downs, the Sox can always fall back on the long ball. Steve Krasner looks at Todd Walker’s golf shot homerun as a springboard for him and the team. Michael Silverman looks at Walker working his way back from his dreadful slump. Kevin Gray says the Sox are glad to be done with Halladay and the Blue Jays. In that same article, Gray looks at the Sox performance against the league
This is the ultimate dilemma. Of course fans want the Red Sox to win the World Series, but the dilemma is be careful what you wish for because you might get it. And if the Red Sox played the Cubs in the World Series, one of those two franchises will be permanently and forever altered. One of them will never be the same. So remember, while winning is the ultimate goal. If you’re a Sox fan or a Cubs fan, it carries a steep price tag. Life will never be the same.