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And That Happened: Sunday’s scores and highlights

May 13, 2013, 5:30 AM EST

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White Sox 3, Angels 0: Chris Sale was fantastic. And not just because of that suh-weet 1983 throwback jersey. A perfect game into the seventh and then the hit that inning to Mike Trout was all the Angels could muster.

Indians 4, Tigers 3: Watched this one with the girlfriend’s parents. Tigers fans. Let’s just say that Jose Valverde will not be getting a Christmas card from them. Her dad called the implosion before it happened. I suppose one can do that when one watches Valverde enough. In other news, lots of praise for Asdrubal Cabrera’s fancy footwork on a double play in the bottom of the ninth. And it was. But if Torii Hunter was actually running it out at full speed it wouldn’t have been a double play. No word on this from the announcers. Found that odd.

Reds 5, Brewers 1: Nothing so fun in this one as some things I saw in Cincinnati when I went to the game on Saturday. Best thing there: Brewers pitcher struck out a Reds hitter, Jonathan Lucroy fires it off to third base to send it around the horn and Yuniesky Bentancourt … drops it.  Pretty epic. Here Donald Lutz drove in three. God, shut up, Lutz.

Cubs 2, Nationals 1: Storen and Soriano should film a buddy cop movie in which they take over cases from ace detectives and then totally lose the trail of the killer.

Pirates 3, Mets 2:  I suppose Matt Harvey isn’t going to be near perfect every time. And plays like this and like this don’t happen every day either.

Blue Jays 12, Red Sox 4: Two homers for Jose Bautista. Three more from other Blue Jays. Two of three from the Sox. Maybe that’s something to grow on.

Rockies 8, Cardinals 2: After being shut down on Friday AND Saturday night, the Rockies return the favor with a gem from Jorge De La Rosa and a three-run homer from Troy Tulowitzki.

Rays 4, Padres 2: The Rays are heating up. They’ve won five straight. Here a homer from James Loney — where the hell is his heat coming from? — and solid bullpen work brought it home.

Giants 5, Braves 1: Highlight of the game was Pablo Sandoval hitting a ball into McCovey Cove and the guy in the kayak totally eating it face first into the water when he tried to get the ball. I may or may not have wished for a great white shark to eat him when it happened, but I may or may not have been aggravated at my team playing like garbage too, so there was an excuse for my hostility.

Yankees 4, Royals 2: Homers from Vernon Wells and Robinson Cano. Umpire Laz Diaz also tried to goad Hiroki Kuroda into a fight, which was simply ridiculous.

Dodgers 5, Marlins 3: Nice bounceback start for Chris Capuano, who had one to forget last Monday against the Diamondbacks. Miami cures a lot of ills.

Orioles 6, Twins 0:  Wei-Yin Chen was cruising along for five shutout innings before having to leave with an oblique strain, but the bullpen finished the shutout for him. Baltimore has won six of eight.

Phillies 4, Diamondbacks 2: Brandon McCarthy‘s best start of the year went for naught when Philly came back late, scoring two off Heath Bell in the ninth and then capped off by a two-run single by Ryan Howard in the tenth. Thank you, by-the-book managing from Kirk Gibson. McCarthy had 87 pitches through eight shutout innings. He has thrown over 100 pitches four times this year. You’d think he’d get a chance to pitch the ninth.

Rangers 12, Astros 7: “[Team] completes sweep of Astros” is Shift + CTRL + A on my machine. What is it on yours?

Mariners 6, Athletics 1: Kendrys Morales hit a three-run homer. Joe Saunders remains unbeatable at home. Jason Bay hit a homer and Jesus Montero had an RBI. No word what the other six or seven DHs they have did.

  1. uyf1950 - May 13, 2013 at 5:57 AM

    The Yankees completed their sweep of what had been the 18-13 Royals BEFORE the Yankees got to town. Cano continues to play very, very well making a case for a record contract at the end of the year for a 2nd baseman. And then there is Vernon Wells performance what can anyone say other then WOW.

  2. nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 6:08 AM

    Bautista, Bonifacio, Beaver Boys’ Bats Breakout in Beantown; Bevy of Big Blasts Beat Bosox Badly. Booyah, Baby!

    • proudlycanadian - May 13, 2013 at 6:30 AM

      A great day for Toronto sports fans. The Leafs beat the Bruins and the Jays whupped the Red Sox. The Bruins fought hard; however, the best I can say about the Red Sox is that they showed up. The unsung hero for the Jays was starting pitcher Chad Jenkins, who due to an injury in spring training, had only thrown 5 innings this season in a Double A game. Jenkins pitched into the 6th inning and registered his second win of his career. The previous win was on October 2.

      • unclemosesgreen - May 13, 2013 at 6:46 AM

        Who are these Bruins and Leafs? Are they AAA baseball teams?

        Oh yeah and another thing –

        / throws fully dressed up Fenway Frank

        (but then hands over a Cisco Whale’s Tale Pale Ale to wash it down. At Fenway – for real! They have that available inside of Fenway. When I found this out I acted like a kid meeting Abby Cadabby.)

      • proudlycanadian - May 13, 2013 at 6:49 AM

        Thanks. I needed breakfast.

      • dirtyharry1971 - May 13, 2013 at 8:33 AM

        check the standings before bragging about the bluejays, they have done nothing this year that anyone should be bragging about

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 9:13 AM

        Neither have you, incidentally – and your posts, once so full of jouissance, have become predictable and leaden. Gratuitous bile refined by surgical cynicism is funny. Mere bile is boring. Take a day off, take a deep breath, watch Heathers, Very Bad Things, The Ruling Class, Baxter and Man Bites Dog. Try to get your groove back.

    • indaburg - May 13, 2013 at 7:12 AM

      Great moments in alliteration, baby! Woooo!

      • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 7:29 AM

        ‘Burgie blesses buzz ’bout Bluejay Bomb-fest. Beautiful!

        /bows (beaming beatifically)

    • cur68 - May 13, 2013 at 9:33 AM

      Could not have said this better, m’self.

      /hat tip

  3. rvnc - May 13, 2013 at 6:20 AM

    As cool as Panda’s watershot was, the real highlight of yesterday was Lincecum throwing 7 innings of two hit ball. There have been a few false dawns with Tim recently, but hopefully he can settle down and become an effective starter. also nice to take 3/4 off the braves, who were of course masters of the universe a few weeks back….

  4. natslady - May 13, 2013 at 6:27 AM

    Yeah, and Gio (as hinted above) had completed seven innings (six of them PERFECT) with 86 pitches, and he deserved to pitch the 8th, too. Davey decided to pinch hit for him in the bottom of the 7th with our crack bench guy, Chad Tracy (.139) because “I always try to add on, that’s they way I manage, if you don’t like it, chalk this one up to me.” Talk about managing to a formula!. I later calculated that IF IF IF the Nats had scored a run in the bottom of the 7th that would have added a whopping 8% run expectancy, which is NOT enough to offset the fact that (a) your starter is cruising, (b) your bench is lousy, and (c) your closer is reliable.

    Meanwhile, Gio had figured out the substitute ump’s strike zone–such as it was–and had worked himself out of a jam in the 6th after a slow-rolling infield hit took away his perfecto. The only thing that can be said about the strike zone is that it was bad for both teams. “Mild-mannered” Kurt Suzuki got ejected for the first time in his life.

    • natslady - May 13, 2013 at 6:31 AM

      Oh, and your setup man (Storen) is NOT reliable. When he’s good, he’d good, but it don’t always happen. Why take the unnecessary chance???

    • Kevin S. - May 13, 2013 at 7:07 AM

      Managing by formula? But I thought the lack of DH added so much strategy?!

      • natslady - May 13, 2013 at 7:21 AM

        Yeah–well, Davey had Storen up as a “decoy” (everyone thought) and then decided to use him…????? If we had the DH this discussion would not be happening, and since at least 33% of the fun of being a fan is criticizing the manager, boo for the DH. OK, maybe only 25%, the other 8% is for criticizing the GM.

  5. randygnyc - May 13, 2013 at 6:34 AM

    8/18/98. On or around that date, most posters here at HBT were still wondering why that gherkin like appendage got stiff while watching batman cartoons. It was on that date, nearly FIFTEEN YEARS AGO, that the greatest relief pitcher who ever lived, blew a save against the Royals. Most of these royals players were in middle school then, unaware of the horrors of acne. The royals in particular, must be thrilled to see The Great Rivera, retire.

    Now, I’ll be honest. This latest version of the New York Yankees are boring. Sure, pre game anticipation is exciting because anything could happen during the game. It’s even possible, at that time, that the Yanks could lose. But no sooner than the first pitch is thrown, the realization comes crashing down how much of an improbability those fleeting expectations are. This is the most unexciting team in recent memory. They play, they win. No excitement. No walk off wins. No teams mounting exciting comeback victories. No soul crushing defeats that send the yanks off on a long, silent plane ride home.

    The yanks are 22-9 in their last 31. They swept the Royals in a series that should put the Kansas City future post season prospects in perspective. The yanks nonchalantly cruised through the hopeful Royals with mostly replacement players. Cano and guess who, Vernon Wells, supplied the power. Kuroda pitched into the 8th while picking up the W. good rest for the bullpen heading into tomorrow’s twin bill in the ghetto of Cleveland.

    Around the league, Sunday revealed the urgency so many teams have for a closer. Detroit’s Valverde blew up. The Nat’s back end sucks. The Red Sox are starving there and the cardinals just haven’t realized it yet. Yes, you can also add the hot mess that is Heath Bell to the pile. All these teams can start lining up now as they enter the Joba sweepstakes. We’ll consider all your young all-stars once you comply with the Yankee application process. We may have a few bench players and outfielders too. All available for your top pitching prospects. Finally, the Yankees can dictate the tenor of these trades instead of all these other teams who have routinely and eagerly engaged in outrageous usury when “negotiating” with the Yankees. Break out the KY, bitches.

    The Yankees, where winning is a human right for their devoted fan base.

    • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 6:49 AM

      Keep your Joba the Hutt, Randy… we have Mighty Casey and we’re mighty happy with him.

      Or as the Most Interesting Man in the World might put it: “We don’t always have a save situation, but when we do, we prefer Janssen.”

      • randygnyc - May 13, 2013 at 7:05 AM

        Agree about Janssen. One of the few adrenalin based closers who knows how to create and control it.

      • dirtyharry1971 - May 13, 2013 at 8:34 AM

        you have a terrible record and your in last place, thats what you got

    • historiophiliac - May 13, 2013 at 7:51 AM

      Agreed, the Yankees *are* boring.

    • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 9:14 AM

      Great opening paragraph, Randy. Dirtyharry, are you paying attention? That’s how you do it.

      • randygnyc - May 13, 2013 at 9:32 AM

        Thank you, Gator. It only means something coming from you!

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 11:02 AM

        De nada. I feel impelled to support those who nurture, exercise and protect my beloved English language.

  6. kiwicricket - May 13, 2013 at 6:39 AM

    Forget drug testing at this point. Vernon Wells needs to be genetically tested to prove that he’s related to the same person of the last few seasons.

    • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 7:31 AM

      He’s not… he’s been assimilated by the Borg and is now at least 80% cybernetic.

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 11:03 AM

        Thank Buddha V-ger is still on the disabled list.

  7. unclemosesgreen - May 13, 2013 at 6:40 AM

    Have to quibble on Torii Hunter – didn’t really see any evidence that he wasn’t busting down the line. Dude gets started slower than you recall – he’s old.

    Sori & Storey – they seem to get nothing but stone cold whodunnits. Love it. Whenever they stumble onto the truth by mistake, they seem to mishandle evidence in some way that will become crucial at trial.

    Pitch counts are totally overrated, Gibby is the one who’s actually in the dugout. He’s the one who can sense whether a pitcher’s grit levels are falling dangerously low as the game wears on.

    • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 7:19 AM

      Your last paragraph confused me, Uncle Moses, until I realized you were talking about Kirk Gibson, not John Gibbons. Is this some sort of record for the most active MLB managers (2)with the nickname “Gibby”?

      The main reason for my confusion was your use of the word “grit” to describe a pitcher’s performance… the word most often used thus far this season for my Jays’ hurlers’ endeavours is somewhat different… although it rhymes with “grit”.

      That said, Chad Jenkins broke out of that mold last night.

      • thegreatstoneface - May 13, 2013 at 12:01 PM

        john gibbons doesn’t have enough grit to be nicknamed gibby. it’s an insult to The Kirk to do so…

  8. kiwicricket - May 13, 2013 at 6:43 AM

    So Chris Sales left arm consists of 2 loosely bound, giant hot dogs wrapped in human skin?

    • natslady - May 13, 2013 at 6:55 AM

      Saw the end of that game, yep, he’s good. Moves right along, too. Get ball, throw ball.

  9. proudlycanadian - May 13, 2013 at 6:47 AM

    Tonight the Tigers face Bud Norris who has 4 of Houston’s 10 wins. If Valverde pitches in tonight’s game, some TV’s owned by Detroit fans will probably be damaged. The Indians who are currently tied with the Tigers face the Yankees in a double header. Both Yankee starters can be beaten. I would give the Indians a 50% chance to be on top of the Division by the end of the day.

    • detroitr1 - May 13, 2013 at 8:09 AM

      Cleveland is impressive this season–no doubt about it. It just sucks for the Tigers that the season ends next week with Cleveland likely to be leading the division on Tuesday May 14th.

    • dirtyharry1971 - May 13, 2013 at 8:35 AM

      and i will give it a 100% chance the bluejays will be in last place by the end of the month

      • proudlycanadian - May 13, 2013 at 9:01 AM

        I will give it a 110% probability that Harry will still be playing with his pink bat by the end of May.

      • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 11:21 AM

        Pink gherkin, PC… as per Randy’s awesome opening paragraph.

  10. mj1818 - May 13, 2013 at 6:48 AM

    Swap of Joel hanrahan and mark melancon , nobody could have predicted what happened with that. I only wish the best for Joel.

  11. natslady - May 13, 2013 at 6:51 AM

    Soriano isn’t bad. He had converted a long string of saves before that (after a bit of a rough start). Clippard and Storen are off-again on-again, and Storen can’t seem to get lefties out, which is a problem the way Davey likes to run the bullpen with guys going a full inning. There was a a lot of BABIP going on, very, very wide strike zone, and Suzuki’s “error” came because when he threw to 3rd on a stolen base, the ball bounced off the hitter’s bat. You could argue interference (and Davey did), but it didn’t seem like the hitter had “intent,” he just didn’t get out of the way–besides, it’s not clear the minor-league ump had ever heard of interference.

    Gio shoulda still been pitching, though, that’s the bottom line. Davey always tries to add on. Davey, my man, there should never be an “always” in baseball.

    • DelawarePhilliesFan - May 13, 2013 at 10:05 AM

      Actually, you could not argue interference at all. The batter was firmly in the batters box standing like a statue (we get MASN up in Delaware). And really, all Johnson did was ask

      • natslady - May 13, 2013 at 10:24 AM

        Point taken. Pretty much everyone agreed after the fact that strange as the play was, it wasn’t interference.

      • DelawarePhilliesFan - May 13, 2013 at 10:26 AM

        And strange it was. 999 times out of 1,000 that will not happen

  12. jrjbertsch - May 13, 2013 at 7:23 AM

    Always wondered why NYY fans are compelled to bash Cleveland at every turn. Is it because of an expatriot Clevelander’s (Steinbrenner) need to justify his betrayal of his own boyhood loyalties transcended to an entire metropolis?

    Looking forward to the NYY upcoming failure in the ghetto known as Cleveland. The mugging will be fun to watch.

    • Kevin S. - May 13, 2013 at 7:33 AM

      You do know Steinbrenner tried to buy the Indians before he bought the Yankees, right? All that largesse, and it could have gone to the Mistake by the Lake. Pity.

    • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 7:34 AM

      New Yorkers are just pissed off that Cleveland has the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and they don’t.

      • Liam - May 13, 2013 at 8:13 AM

        Any true fan of Rock and Roll would rather be the hometown of the Velvet Underground than the hometown of that museum.

      • dirtyharry1971 - May 13, 2013 at 8:37 AM

        rock and roll Hall of fame? Have you seen some of the members that have been inducted? Tell me again how grand master flash or public enemy is rock and roll or even music and then explain to me how Rush had to wait years? rock and roll HOF is a joke, nobody cares

      • deathmonkey41 - May 13, 2013 at 8:45 AM

        The hall voters were just afraid that Rush’s induction speech was going to be as long and drawn out as some of their songs.

  13. kcrobert10 - May 13, 2013 at 7:25 AM

    Taking nothing away from the Yankees the played well all weekend. Its obvious the royals are a right fielder away from being good. They scored 10 runs all weekend just brutal. The pitching has been good all year but when you can only score 2 runs a game ur in for a long yr. Dayton needs to address the Frenchy mess right now and make a trade for an impact bat like Stanton or Braun.

    • bigharold - May 13, 2013 at 9:59 AM

      “They scored 10 runs all weekend just brutal.”

      Don’t underestimate Yankee pitching. It was obvious before the season that’s was their strength and so far it’s held true. And, CC is just warming up.

      If they can avoid any more major injuries, especially in the rotation, the Yankees can win a lot of games this year. Randy’s baiting aside, (see above), during the late 90s that was how they got it done. Great pitching and defense and timely hitting.

      BTW, thanks Randy for providing yet one more example to foster the notion of arrogant Yankee fans.

      • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 11:27 AM

        Methinks Randy had his tongue firmly lodged in his cheek for most of that post, and even if he didn’t, I’ll take it that way anyhow.

      • bigharold - May 13, 2013 at 2:52 PM

        Yeah, .. I know he’s kidding on the square but that’s not the way it going to be perceived. Oh well.

  14. corecontrarian - May 13, 2013 at 7:30 AM

    Was at the Tigers game and saw that Hunter did not run that play out full speed. No excuse but that said, I don’t think he would have beaten it out.

  15. indaburg - May 13, 2013 at 7:52 AM

    Nice little sweep for my Rays this weekend, making it 5 straight. Roberto Fausto Hernandez pitched great yesterday, allowing only 2 runs and pitching his way out of a couple of jams. Our relievers are settling down, and Loney. Sheesh. I want his Wheaties. One game above .500 and Boston is coming to town. I am pumped. Woooooooo!!!

    • janessa31888 - May 13, 2013 at 8:47 AM

      While your Rays are resuscitating Roberto/Fausto’s career, his former team isdoing the same with Scott Kazmir. Hopefully it works out for both sides. “Fausto” was an incredible headcase for a while. The Rays must have some great coaching to get him turned around. We tribe fans love a good comeback story like Scott. Plus, he’s got great dimples :)

      • indaburg - May 13, 2013 at 9:33 AM

        Yes, Scottie does have cute dimples. :-) I have some great memories of Kaz in a Rays uni and I am definitely rooting for him from afar. A wooooooo for him too!

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 11:05 AM

        Ahh, but how cute is his tushy?

      • indaburg - May 13, 2013 at 11:25 AM

        OG, for a white boy, his tushy is pretty good. I’m somewhat of an expert on posteriors.

      • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 11:29 AM

        “I’m somewhat of an expert on posteriors.”

        So THAT’S why you like DirtyHarry!

  16. Jason Lukehart - May 13, 2013 at 8:41 AM

    Sale’s performance was also the third Maddux of 2013. It was the first Maddux of his career and the seventh for the White Sox since complete pitch count records began being kept in 1988. The Sox’ last Maddux was Philip Humber’s perfect game last April.

    • Kevin S. - May 13, 2013 at 9:20 AM

      Who had the first two?

      • Jason Lukehart - May 13, 2013 at 12:56 PM

        Kershaw on Opening Day, and Jordan Zimmermann a couple weeks ago. There have been some pretty random pitchers who threw a Maddux, but all three so far this season have been studs.

  17. deathmonkey41 - May 13, 2013 at 8:48 AM

    From what I understand, there is friction building within the Red Sox clubhouse…but not about the mini tailspin they’ve been on lately- Napoli and Victorino just can’t come to an agreement on whether it’s called Sauce or Gravy.

    • skeleteeth - May 13, 2013 at 9:01 AM

      I thought it was more to do with how much spaghetti to put on it during their ABs?

  18. ditto65 - May 13, 2013 at 9:11 AM

    Any video on Diaz Kurodo incident?

    • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 9:15 AM

      Didn’t a Kurodo dragon lizard once bite off Sharon Stone’s idiot husband’s toe?

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 11:09 AM

        Aha! I was right – 2001, no less. If the idiot hasn’t developed pulmonary anthrax by now, chances are he’ll be OK. This story is one of the great chronicles of abject stupidity that doesn’t involve politics or Slobbering Ozzie. I mean, who goes walking barefoot in a cage full of Komodo dragons? Answer: Mr. Sharon Stone, from Hollywood, sunset side. Of course.

        Ready? Here goes: http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/news/center/articles/2012/bbc-news-06-01-2001.html

      • randygnyc - May 13, 2013 at 11:25 AM

        I remember watching a documentary on the Komodo dragon. Much like the alligator, their mouths contain very nasty bacteria. I watched how they hunt. They stalked a water buffalo sized animal and one dragon managed to inflict a bite to his ankle. Then, they leisurely followed the animal for a week or so until it was felled by infection. Soon after, the dragons came out of the woodwork to swarm the carcass. The entire process was brutal. Mr Stone could’ve lost more than a toe.

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 4:18 PM

        Was that before or after field herpetologists were able to discover that the dragons’ saliva is venomous as well, and that the saliva causes local tissue necropsy that facilitates the entry of the anthrax bacteria they carry into the bloodstream of their large prey? This was pretty recent so I’m not sure which dragon doc you watched.

        Incidentally, for what it’s worth, it’s also been discovered that garter snake saliva is mildly venomous as well. When I was a kid I used to get bitten by garters all the time when I caught them and never had any kind of reaction. Now, if I get bitten by one I have swelling and numbness in the vicinity of the bite. I don’t know if their saliva is evolving or if I’m just getting decrepit in my old age. I suspect it’s a combination of both.

  19. Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 9:23 AM

    The Feesh are leemped home last night, having well and truly worn out their welcome on the sunset side without even generating enough dissonance to relieve any pressure on the fault. They had sent Chris Valaika home early to get some pins put in his wrist, so Scrooge McLoria probably saved a few bucks on fuel for their charter (unless he cashed in their air miles for the trip). Despite a meeserable road trip, the Feesh still haven’t managed to sink below the record of the Astros, whom they trail by a full game in the race for sole possession of the ninth level of Dante’s hell.

    I guess this morning the two kids who were staffing the Feesh.com P/R tent at the North Macondo Mother’s Eve Voodoo Fertility Party at the Myoseum of Kontemporay Kytsch had to turn in their undistributed materials this morning back at Macondo Banana Massacre Field. I can just hear the Chihuahua exclaiming “What? You couldn’t even give it all away??????”

    • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 11:35 AM

      Gator, I don’t know what I like more about your posts, the sheer elegance of the prose or the sheer unabashed convolutedness. It almost needs its own descriptive term… something like “OG-volut-egance”

      • randygnyc - May 13, 2013 at 12:51 PM

        Gator is very talented. We seldom agree on the content we confer, but a begrudging respect exists on how it’s conferred.

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 4:20 PM

        Randy, you have the soul of an anarchist imprisoned in the mind of a conservative. I opt for pure anarchy on both levels. Our empathies are subtle yet real.

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 4:27 PM

        nb, it’s probably the convolutions. Cabin fever will do that to you.

      • Old Gator - May 13, 2013 at 4:28 PM

        PS – are you anywhere in or near Fredericton? We thought that was a charming little city with terrific cafes, including one very funky plaza near the river with a couple of really nice outdoor tables and terrific pastries, and great food in general.

      • nbjays - May 13, 2013 at 9:52 PM

        Gator, we are a mere 10 miles downriver from Freddy (as it is known locally). I hear you about the great eateries. In fact, we are heading out for supper tomorrow night, along with my bro and his wife, and my Dad. The occasion: my marking the passage of another trip around the sun. The venue: The Lunar Rogue Pub, the best pub in the city, with outstanding food and service (and a whisky lover’s mecca as they boast a menu of over 200 single malts and premium blends).

        Come on back some time…

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