That's right. I've dragged myself out of bed for this.
It was quite the fanfare in Japan for the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland A's game.
Dustin Pedroia just led off the season with a single up the middle. What an odd sentence.
As "cool" as this is, the game and everything, why in the world (pun) would an American sport, "America's past time," start it's season at 6 a.m. on the other side of the world? This makes literally no sense to me. The season should have started with the Nationals, in their new park, because they are the Nationals. The Washington Nationals. How much more American can you get?
Well, if anyone else is up, which I doubt, enjoy the game. Here comes Daisuke Matsuzaka.