Oct 26, 2010, 8:38 AM EDT
It’s from Jeff Sullivan at Lookout Landing, and he pretty much nails it:
Both the Giants and Rangers are good teams. The Rangers are probably better by a tiny bit. If you re-played the World Series a million times, maybe 50-55% of the time the Rangers would be crowned as champions. This World Series will be played once. One of these teams will win four games. The other probably won’t. The outcome will mean everything, and nothing.
His comments on the key players and key questions is pretty much spot on too. Anyone who writes anything else about it is basically guessing and talking to hear themselves talk. And that goes for us too. Why? Because you can’t predict baseball. Even if it’s fun to pretend you can.
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