Lisa’s Logic: No Need For Game 6
Wow. I truly thought Game 6 of the World Series was going to happen. The New York Mets looked dominating. Their pitcher Matt Harvey could do no wrong. He found the right spot for the pitches. So I went to bed then to wake up and find out I should have watched more.
From what I read, Harvey wanted to finish the game, a complete game. And why not, it is so unheard of now. But the Kansas City Royals; motto, "Keep the line moving," came through in the ninth and into the 12-inning, 7-2 win. The Royals are the 2015 World Series champions and end their 30-year drought. That is so awesome!
Also from what I read, it was the same group that was together last year. Catcher Salavdor Perez is MVP. Former Minnesota Twin Drew Butera was on the Royals team and looked like he even got in the game.
The game began with a homer from Mets Curtis Granderson. Not much scoring after that, until the ninth. Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes' knee was hit and he went down at home plate. He was able to finish his at-bat but he did come out of the game. He could barely walk to first base after he hit the flyout.
Congratulations to the 2015 World Series champs Kansas City Royals. I know it is a little late, but also congrats to the Minnesota Lynx for their third championship.
More sports writing. Hoooray Minnesota Vikings win with a last-second field goal over the Chicago Bears. Then we watched bonus coverage of the New Orleans Saints and New York Giants. The last score I had seen was Saints up 42-28. The Giants came back to tie it with still nine minutes to go. The whole game was touchdowns except the Saints' winning field goal. Good offense, where was the defense. Can you believe 101 total combined scoring -- 52-49 final.
The undefeated teams in football -- Denver Broncos (beat Packers 29-10; who started the game undefeated), Cincinnati Bengals, New England, Carolina Panthers.
The sun is shining above ... Think Happy Thoughts.