"Whilst In Enemy Country-It Was A Party For St Patrick's Amongst Other Red Sox Celebrations"
Ward Bond, as "Father Lonergan" in "The Quiet Man", did not come back from the dead to tell me this, but you get an idea of the place, a nice Irish Pub, called "Killarney's Cottage" on Woodhaven Blvd. It wasn't going to make any difference where I viewed the Game, in NYC, especially since we were without NESN, DO & The RemDawg, that duo, BTW, liked a lot by many Mets Fans who have the MLB Package. We, of Red Sox Nation-NY Metro Area, were force-fed YES Coverage on "My9", having to listen to World Renown "No Hitter & Holocost Scholar", a Very Hoarse Michael Kay;
I was watching in dribs & drabs, while attending a "Better Later Than Never St. Patrick's Day Party", sponsored by Orosius Caravan 14" of The Order of Alhambra, a Catholic Socio-Charitable Order, noted for its' work with the Young Disabled, & an Offshoot of the 4th Degree of The Knights of Columbus. I'm a member of BOTH of those orders;
Kevin, one of the owners, advised me against the Red Sox Cap-Wearing, as he didn't want to watch me in tears. Well, that was NOT the case in an 11-4 BLOWOUT of the Yankees by The Olde Towne Team. "Don't Worry-Big Papi" came through in the 9th Inning;
Heave-Yo, Yankees Blow 7 In A Row! What was it that possessed Francona to bring in Joel Piniero in the 9th? Oh, well, he couldn't do any damage & pitched Nicely;
Daisuke Matsuzaka got his 3rd Win & 2nd over the Yankees. It was a Night To Celebrate;