Monday, October 28, 2013

Win Some, Lose Some / Madeleine Monday

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Bad night at Busch Stadium yesterday, as Boston defeated St. Louis 4 - 2. Everyone wearing red felt deflated when a rookie pinch runner was picked off first with two out in the bottom of the ninth and the Cardinals threatening.

So better to show the family, Brian, Emily and Madeleine, the Rally Baby. Her streak ended.           
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11 comments:

Olivier said...

belle famille de fan ;)) j'aime beaucoup ce cote familiale des grands stades americains


En Foot US, St louis n'est pas
terrible non plus (et que dire des Giants)

Memphis MOJO said...

Sure hope we win tonight. Don't want to go back to Boston having to sweep them at their place.

Jack said...

Whew! We are on the opposite side of this one!

When I worked in Columbus and went to Ohio State football games, I was amazed that 98 percent of the attendees wore official Buckeye clothing. Watching the games this week and looking at your photos, I see that St. Louis fans do exactly the same thing. It is remarkable; must be a Midwestern thing. Believe me, no one could get people from the East to conform, not even the Red Sox!

William Kendall said...

It's shaping up to be a memorable series. Good shots, Bob!

cieldequimper said...

Oh gosh, I wonder what she'll say in twenty years time when looking at the photos! :-)

Norma Beishir said...

The way the temps were dropping, Rally Baby probably just wanted to get home to a warm, soft bed!

Great photos, Bob! Heard you sat in front of some Sox fans....

Virginia said...

At the risk of showing my baseball ignorance, I hope ya'll have a chance to catch up and Madeleine can rally!
V

Lynette said...

Yes, that out was a shocker. Love these family photos, Bob!

Nathalie Beaumes said...

That rally baby sure gets to learn about the local culture at an early age :)

Stefan Jansson said...

Great family photos.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I agree with Ciel Bob, when Madeleine is old enough she's going to love these shots.