The partial season ticket plan really brought us to a great game, one that we might not have even gone to for the threats of heat and humidity. We had run the 8k Moorestown earlier in the morning, which was amazing fun, but also exhausting. To saddle up and get to the Bank seemed like a lot of work. But I’m glad we made the effort – that was a whale of a job by Moyer! A complete-game win backed by an offensive performance we, the like of which we haven;t seen for a little while.
Yeah, he chalked up his 250th career victory, and that’s great. But it’s more important that he’s turned things around a bit and can now put the team in a better position to compete and win. He also dispensed the following pearl of wisdom to John Smallwood in today’s Daily News:
When thing are going right, I try to keep it simple. When things are going wrong, I really try to keep it simple.
That’s also got a lot of application outside baseball, to be sure.