Wednesday, October 17, 2012

ACLS Tigers/Yankees Game 3

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tigers: 2 Yankees: 1

Tigers lead Series 3-0.

5 comments:

Anthony Hughes said...

What the?!?
There was no sarcasm or biting social commentary at all in that post.
I hope the Tigers sweep and that they play the Cardinals. I'm on the fence as to who I'd prefer in a Cards-Tigers series. I really respect both teams. Maybe I'll pick Tigers because it will be fun to read all the whiny comments by fans of the other 6 teams who finished with better records than Detroit, but yet are sitting on a couch watching playoffs just like me.

Contrary Guy said...

That's funny. I was think exactly that (that I need some type of entertaining comment) and nothing came to me so I just went "with the facts".

Actually nobody in Detroit thought the Tigers would be in this position primarily because nobody thought the Tigers would get by Texas (people have been saying it all year) and as it turned out the Tigers didn't even have to play the Rangers. Funny how that works.

Al Penwasser said...

Oh my, oh my, oh my....
Sabathia MAY win, but since the Yankees' pitching has been fine, I'm thinking the ALCS ends tonight.
Tigers are playing a Little League team.
Won't it be ironic though when the Tigers get to the World Series and have the National League hold home-field advantage, considering Verlander was putrid in the All-Star game?
For what it's worth, I think deciding the homefield advantage that way is the dumbest thing to come down the pike since the White Sox wore shorts.

Al Penwasser said...

This just in, Sabathia DIDN'T win. Oh my, oh my, oh my....
My observation about Verlander and irony stands, though.

Abigail F Shipley said...

ACLS or Advanced Cardiac Life Support is a set of clinical interventions designed for urgent treatment of medical threatening emergencies such as cardiac arrest and stoke. ACLS emphasizes the importance of basic life support CPR to patient survival; the integration of effective basic life support with advanced cardiovascular life support interventions; and the importance of effective team interaction and communication during resuscitation. It thus requires extensive medical knowledge and training to master ACLS.