Heh. If the Sox win the World Series this year, then and only then should they proclaim “the curse has been broken!” As it is... sure, it's a unique sense of circumstances, but it's just a kid getting smacked in the mouth with a baseball.
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Originally posted by The ThrillHopefully, I'm wrong, and the Sox overtake NY and go all the way...just so millions of Chowds can die happy. :-)
If the Red Sox ever won a World Series, New England wouldn't know how to deal with it, if only because there's so many of them that are only happy when they're miserable (read: when the Sox fail to win when it counts).
But if the Red Sox wins then then the Cubs fans will be even whinier about their curse. Then after they win we would have to listen to the White Sox fans talk about their curse but of course no ones gives a shit about the White Sox.
Marge I am just trying to get into heaven not run for Jesus.
I just think that the perspective is three-fold: a) Clemens doesn't have to pitch; b) Who else is out there and available; c) How much money/exposure does signing him and having him pitch for your team generate?