After one of the best games we’ve ever witnessed in Game 6 of the World Series, the stage is set tonight for a highly anticipated Game 7 in St. Louis. The Rangers are sending out Matt Harrison while the Cardinals will give the ball to Chris Carpenter on three days’ rest. There have been 35 Game 7s played prior to tonight’s game – so which team has history on their side?
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After Game 6 of the World Series was postponed due to rain Wednesday night, we’re finally ready for our first baseball since Monday. The Texas Rangers can win it all with a victory, but the most compelling storyline heading into Thursday night’s game is the effect an extra day of rest could have on pitching.
Many are reasoning that the extra day off most benefits the St. Louis Cardinals, because it could allow their ace Chris Carpenter to make a return in the series – either in relief or as a possible game 7 starter Friday on three days’ rest. That is, of course, if the Cardinals can win tonight and force one more game.
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At least that’s what we think happened after home team the Vancouver Canucks lost game 7 of the Stanley Cup Hockey Series to the Boston Bruins. It wasn’t long before the angry mob, after the loss of 4-0 to the Bruins started rioting immediately. The rioting got more and more intense and soon it appeared as if Vancouver was trying its best to start a war. Cars were flipped over and set fire upon, shops were looted, windows were broken – and when the police entered the area, they were pelted with beer bottles. None but the very crazed fans would do something like this. Later on, the Vancouver Polive declared the downtown area zone as an ‘illegal assembly zone’. MORE