World Serious 2015 Odds Published for Pennant Winners This “Fat Tuesday” by D.A.D. in NV – For Either the La-La Land, Bronx-Queens, San Francisco Bay Bridge, and/or Chi-Town Title World Championship
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
[oddly subject to change Dailey]
Imagine if baseball was computerized, the owners might make more money, but the fans wouldn’t be treated to authentic American fun and folly. These games should be played with real humans in real time, right? The odds (only $50 bets are acceptable):
Anaheim Angels (with or without Manager Mike S.) vs. L.A. (always the Brooklyn) Dodgers 17 to 1
Chicago White Hose vs. The Chicago Cubs Baseball Club of the National League 9 to 1
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[ for musement only |
The San Francisco Giants success is good for America and the world. Why? A Beltway World Series would be a disaster for the government operating in D.C. and Baltimore region.
Two more baseball game victories by the Giants over Washington and the danger of a “Beltway World Series” will be eliminated. Please don’t throw the Giants out.
Should the Nationals and Orioles meet in the postseason, bureaucrats and politicians would lose their focus on the job doing their work.
On the other hand, it is nice to have this or any harmless diversion from the wars, public health threats, domestic shootings, dumb drivers causing accidents, homelessness, professional sports figures doing naughty things, and other stupid news events.
May I suggest that a Dodger-Giant pennant fight would be cool? As would a Kansas City-Baltimore series gather public interest along the east coast and Midwest. Hopefully, the Angels, Tigers, Cardinals, and Nationals will ‘cooperate.’
Gentlemen, please be sporting and patriotic.
By the way: May the outgoing commissioner of baseball order that the red-white-and-blue bunting be hung in all participating baseball stadiums, immediately.
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