Tuesday night was a tough time to focus for anyone with the unthinkable horror in Texas, especially if you are from within 100 miles of the tragedy. Then add in that it is your late father's birthday and you play Major League baseball for his favorite team. Top it all off with your first place team has lost 4 out of 5 of their last games, which is irrelevant in comparison to the nightmare in the first sentence.
One person's junk is another person's art. Some people like New York style thin crust pizza, while others enjoy Chicago style deep dish pie. To each their own. One thing you shouldn't do, is make condescending remarks about another person's or team's house, especially while you are there for a few days. Then it is personal and it may get uncomfortable.
162 games in the book and we've only just begun. October is where legends are made! Who will step up and pitch lights out? Who will hit a towering home run to win a key game? Most importantly what team will rise up and become the World Champions...
It's a pretty well known fact that former President George W Bush is a baseball fan. The man even owned the Rangers once. So it's no shock he had great seats the other night when the Rangers played the White Sox. The seats were less great when a foul ball almost smacked him in the head.