It’s the time of the year in which I’ll spend nervous late nights cheering for the boys from the Bronx, but now I have an incentive to root for the Cubs in the National League. In last week’s debate, you might remember, Hillary Clinton said she would have to “alternate sides” in the event of a Yankees-Cubs World Series. I’d love to see that happen.
Not sure if it will though. I’m still worried about whether the Yankees pitching (especially the middle relief) will hold up. Also, while their championship teams of the late 1990s were known for incredible situational hitting, their bats have gone cold in October for the past several years. A-Rod has had an incredible year, but when playoff time rolls around, he tends to have an affinity for striking out and grounding into double plays at the most crucial moments.
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