Found October 24, 2012 on Friarhood:
Tonight is the start of the World Series. What started back in February has finally made it's way down to two teams going head to head for all the glory for one year. Do you hear that Giants fans from 2010? ONE YEAR! In my opinion once the next team wins the next year your time for gloating is over. That being said, if the Giants win this year I don't care they have no right to gloat. That bandwagon has been going too long, which is why I am pulling for the Tigers. Give another team a shot, and maybe, just maybe the Giants fans will stop living in 2010. Ahhh who am I kidding. They will always be gloating no matter what happens. So as I said today is the first game. And it should be a great match up as Justin Verlander will take on Barry Zito. Oh yeah, this is the Daily Friar so there is some Padres news below as well:Submit articles and follow me on twitter Follow @M_RennickPat Murphy named manager of Tuscon Padres - Padres.com"Murphy, 53, was first hired by the Padres...
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