Aoi Ohnishi during Round Two...currently resides on Skid Row (27 MCs in 31 starts before this event), but not for much longer.
Disappointing bogey-bogey finish for Bo Mee Lee...her hybrid found the rough short and below the hole at the par-3 17th (183 yards)...knocked it into the bunker at the par-4 18th (373 yards) and had to hit it out sideways.
Young Kim was dead weight in BML's group (70-70-78, +2) and Jae Eun Chung (+2)
I barely follow baseball anymore...didn't watch any of the playoffs, but I've got the W.S. on now...I was about to write how the Mets should win this series...and this guy on the Royals just hit an inside-the-park homer on Harvey's first pitch! Wow, what inept defense on that play...reminds of elderly Willie Mays stumbling around the outfield in '73 W.S. Okay, first inning over...The Mets starting pitching looks so much better on paper...BUT! Not a diehard Mets fan, but I like to see them outplay the Yankees once every few seasons.
My detailed baseball memory doesn't start until 1970...I wish I could turn it back one year to 1969 - four expansion teams, the first year of playoffs, the Mets winning the W.S! I made some VHS recordings a few years ago of the '69 W.S. from the Mets' TV channel...now I see most of that stuff is on Youtube. For whatever reason, the '69 NLCS (Mets swept Atlanta Braves, 3-0) never sees the light of day from any source, except for a few highlights on Youtube.
Ah, Maury Wills, one of the worst of a long line of lousy Seattle Mariner managers.
My most vivid memory of the Expos was an Atlanta Braves contest on TNT back when Skip Caray was one of the commentators at Montreal. The Expos were terrible and so was the attendance. The stadium was as silent as a tomb - except for this one idiot who constantly and continuously played his trumpet. Caray remarked to his partner, "I'll give you a dollar to kill that guy."