Game 6, then lost scorebook (my tweets: Oct 27 to Nov 2)

fenway-pano

Panorama of the Fenway after the win.

I got to go to Gamer 6 of 2013 World Series. I am forever in debt to my friend David Laurila. As we say in Japan, I will never able to sleep with my foot pointed at his direction (What a strange saying… translation doesn’t do its justice). The same goes to my friend Dan Brooks who gave me a chance to go to game 2 of ALCS. They were both absolutely amazing night at the ball park. I will remember those two games forever.

Anyway, It was just amazing. What a night. What a week. World Series Game 6. First Fenway World Series clinching game in 95 years. Then a parade. All my photos are viewable here.

Then, in the mob of Kenmore Square rush after the Game 6, while rushing to catch the Green Line inbound train, I dropped my scorebook. I am pretty bummed about that. It was a new one for the seaosn. I try to use one up for one season. I kept everygame that I attended this season (maybe about 4 games or so? then 2 games in the playoff.) I also like to keep score when I am watching games on TV, or best ones are when keeping score listening to the radio. I did few games thsi summer while vacaying in the Cape. I also kept score of most of playoff games. I am sure it is gone by now. But it looks like this. In the back, there is a Japanese “Yankees Suck” and under it is my two twitter hadles (one if Japanese @DaigoRedSox and one is my main one @DaigoFuji). It is precious to me. I am now thinking about it, and really bummed about it. Oh, well. Don’t cry over the spilled milk, as they say.

scorebook

Last view of my scorebook. Sigh.

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I’ve been tweeting nonsense since May 19, 2007 (such long time ago, can you believe that?). I put weekly digests of my tweets on this blog, so that I can search for it quicker using my blog’s search function. I tweet awfully a lot about baseball (I am a Red Sox fan, if you didn’t notice), but if you are interested, please follow me at @DaigoFuji. Here are my tweets between Oct 27 and Nov 2:

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