There was no baseball game played last night. It's a sad preview of what's to come as we inch closer and closer to the World Series. Soon we'll all have to find new things to do or watch until March when baseball will return. Hockey and football are ongoing, and basketball will be back soon. Alternatively, just do what I plan on doing and watch more TV than any one person should.
At least tonight there's baseball in the form of the ALCS where David Price and Yordano Ventura will face off in a game 6. If the Royals win, they'll advance and face the Mets next Tuesday in the World Series. If the Blue Jays win, it'll be an all-hands-on-deck Game 7 on Saturday to see who will play the Mets in the World Series. In case you hadn't heard yet, the Mets are in the World Series and the McFly Prophecy was unfulfilled, thanks to Daniel "Home Run Hitter" Murphy, who probably homered again just as I typed this out. If the ALCS ends tonight, there won't be any baseball until Tuesday, so lets hope it continues for at least one more day so that way there's less of a gap.