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Sep 28, 2014 11:10 PM

MLB season, Derek Jeter’s Farewell Tour were boring

The agony is over. Whether that be for Boston Red Sox fans, New York Yankee fans, or those who simply couldn’t handle any more of saying good-bye to Derek Jeter, take your pick. The 2014 Major League Baseball regular season, otherwise known as the Bad Movie That Wouldn’t End finally, well, ended on Sunday. Now we can all hold our breath as Major League Baseball’s postseason begins. They’re taking their time, with the Wild Card games on separate days beginning Wednesday with the National League Pirates-Giants game in Pittsburgh. You’d think MLB was taking its cue from the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association, which often drags postseason tournaments out without the ruling hand of network television. If you’re a Red Sox fan, well, there has never been a time where yours truly has seen the team and its results so insignificant as in the past two months. Once Jon Lester was traded and the team’s pitching staff more or less dismantled at the historic July 30 trade deadline, that was that. What a difference a year makes, huh? Or even two years. The 2012 last place season at least provided some theatre thanks to the goofy machinations of one Bobby Valentine.


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