As I sit here at my computer, I realize my life has changed in seeing such a beautifully pitched game.
Holy smokes. Was it that important an event?
I see the headlines for the movie:
"Not since a young semite named David met a Philistine giant on the field of battle has a man overcome such great odds"
"Not since the destruction of the Berlin Wall has the world witnessed such a history-making event."
LOL - all kidding aside nice article DK.
I was a little sad watching it. I have seen RJ pitch with Montreal, Seattle, Houston and Arizona and know that he is a class act sure-fire HOFer. This was his swan song. His body is sure to break down soon and I am positive that it is downhill all the way for him. It was a great capper on a fine career and he should have waved to the crowd and retired after the final out of that game.
Maybe he will avoid the DL for the rest of the year and retire in the offseason. At least I hope so.