Walk-off grand slams

Since my Nationals lost to the Cubs last week in the most humiliating way ever, I was  surprised to see this humiliation is pretty common:

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Game 7, 1952 World Series

This is the full game. And look at all the Hall of Famers: Mickey Mantle, Jackie Robinson, Yogi Berra, Roy Campanella, Phil Rizzuto, Pee Wee Reese. And they’re all in their prime.

It’s more impressive than an All-Star Game.

 

No World Series game has ever been played in 100 degree weather

Until yesterday:

When I tuned into the game last night at 8 p.m. Eastern time, it was 103 degrees in Los Angeles. And it was outdoors, so there was no dome for relief.

One reason it’s never been that hot in a World Series before?

It’s LATE OCTOBER FOR GOD’S SAKE!

She predicted 97 degrees. It was 103. That sucks.

But the krap koddled klown chosen by pump truppets says climate change is a Chinese ruse designed to steal coal mining jobs, and our friends on the right* say we should keep politics out of the World Series.

(*A reminder: They aren’t our friends. They’re trying to kill us.)