Friday, October 22, 2010

Down three games to one, you usually lose

The Yankees are trying to win two games in Texas to advance to the World Series.
The Phillies have two games at home, and wins at home will put them back in the World Series for the third straight time.
Both teams can advance to the World Series, but the odds are long to win three straight after going up 3-1.
That's what I've learned from competitive sports.
Democrats hoping for a comeback can remember Curt Schilling and the 2004 Red Sox. But we remember that team because comebacks from deep deficits are so rare.

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