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“Instead, Brian Doyle found himself starting at second base against the Red Sox in a game that made even Carl Yastrzemski nervous.”
“In late July 1975, Yankee manager Bill Virdon called Guidry up from Syracuse, and on the afternoon he arrived at Shea Stadium—the remodeled Yankee Stadium was not yet finished—Virdon sent Guidry to the mound in the seventh inning of a game against the Red Sox.”
“Following a game at my home club, I like to sit out on the back porch with a turkey Reuben on grilled rye bread, and an iced coffee, look out at the last difficult hundred yards of Roger Rulewichs marvelous eighteenth hole, and listen to people at the other tables talk about the rounds theyve just finished.”
“This friend of a friend, John Barton, wrote to say that, if I happened to be in London in August, hed be pleased to have me to his club for a game of golf.”
“He found it endearing how, over a game of Lexikon, she would stick out her tongue—just the tip—when concentrating on the letter tiles on the board.”
“Before a game in May 1952, Martin grew furious at Red Sox rookie Jimmy Piersall, who was teasing Martin about his nose, calling him that hated “Pinocchio.””
“In the second game, Mike Torrez pitched six shutout innings, Yankee rookie Jim Beattie got shelled, Fred Lynn and Bob “Beetle” Bailey homered for the Red Sox, and Boston won, 8–1, in a game cut short by rain.”
“The U.S. government maintained that poker was a game of luck, in the same category as lotteries and sweeptakes, and therefore subject to the same tax requirements.”
“Alexander Koptsev was playing a game called Postal-2 before he left home and went to the synagogue in Moscow center.”
“She takes in a game of buzkashi and discovers that not all warlords are as scary as their name suggests.”
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