quasi in rem

Thursday, May 13, 2004

Two masters pitch a classic
Last night Randy Johnson and Tom Galavine faced off in the Arizona desert and both pitched like they were in their twenties.

"``It did come as advertised,'' Arizona manager Bob Brenly said. ``Two of the best left-handers of their generation went out there and pitched like it.''
The lone score was a home run by Kazuo Matsui on the second pitch of the game -- the first time the rookie from Japan had batted against the Big Unit.
``Just one pitch was the difference,'' Mets manager Art Howe said. ``Thank goodness it was on our side.'' "

A real advertisement for the MLB package on direct t.v. I do have a birthday coming up. Of course there is nothing the wife likes less than watching baseball.


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