Is this WS boring or what? Well, not if you're rooting for the Red Sox, I guess, but this makes 2007 the fourth straight one-sided, dull, uninteresting "Fall Classic" (yes, it may be Fall, but it's hardly "Classic" any more). 2003 was the last WS that went even as many as six games, and that one wasn't that interesting, either. Well, it sure wasn't to Cubs fans, anyway.
It says here that the series ends tonight, sparing Denver fans the choice of watching game five on Monday, or the Broncos/Packers game, which is also taking place in Denver.
- Did anyone read this piece of tripe from Rick Morrissey today? It astounds me that he's getting paid big bux from a major newspaper to write such nonsense.
- Bruce Miles hits the nail on the head again in his blog, this time calling out Dusty Baker for tampering.
- The Yankees are apparently about to offer A-Rod a big-bux contract extension. Meanwhile, they also might announce their new manager as soon as Tuesday. Who will it be? Buster Olney says Joe Girardi, but some New York newspapers are saying Don Mattingly's the frontrunner, and for Mattingly's part, it's no secret: he wants the job. Bad.
- What caused the crash of the Rockies' ticket sales server on Monday? The FBI wants to know.
MLB.com Gameday for World Series Game #4 (7:29 pm CT start)