have to go to a big social farming event. We'll learn so much more there - and come back and tell you all about it."
Little Red Hen "Who want to help me take care of this single wheat plant?"
Friends "You can handle it. We're all on a blogtalk radio show talking about how to take care of wheat plants."
Little Red Hen "Who wants to help me harvest this single, tiny wheat plant?"
Friends "You can surely handle it. The only thing you've got going is that one single plant. We have a big TweetChat going on about how to get wheat plants to harvest themselves."
Little Red Hen "Who wants to help me eat this wheat?"
Friends "Would you please just shut up already? We just got back from a HUGE conference. The food was fantastic. We're all on Atkins anyway. Don't you even know who you're sharing this barnyard with?…
ke on Shane Victorino's Red Sox in the Fall Classic. (USATSI)
The Cardinals have their starting pitching set up so that Adam Wainwright and Michael Wacha can go in Games 1, 2, 5 and 6 respectively. Now, the Red Sox overcame dominant starting pitching in the ALCS due to getting to the Tigers bullpen and having John Lackey shut down a Tigers offense that is weaker than the Cardinals. If the Red Sox struggle to score runs against dominant starting pitching this time around, they'll be met with a stellar bullpen and a better offense. The odds of them surviving woeful early-game performances in the batter's box are much, much lower this time around. Let us also keep in mind that either David Ortiz or Mike Napoli come out of the lineup in St. Louis.
I'm going Cardinals in six, winning their second title in the last three years.
I seem to be in the minority, though.
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