Today, just a few random thoughts about the 2003 World Series, composed after Game 4 while listening to Elliott Smith before going to sleep just before dawn.
There were two questionable pitching decisions in Game 4 -- one of them excusable, one of them not.
Excusable: Jack McKeon's decision to pull Carl Pavano after eight innings.
According to ESPN.com's Buster Olney, Pavano told McKeon and pitching coach Wayne Rosenthal that he was getting tired. Pavano had thrown 115 pitches ...Read full story