All my heroes are dead and I don't feel so well myself. My main man in golf, Jordan Spieth, was on the verge of an epic, historic record-breaking comeback at the Masters. In brief,after seventeen holes on Sunday he was on the verge of setting records for all-time lowest single round record and biggest comeback, not to mention, winning the damn tournament. Instead, at the eighteenth tee he hit one into the tress, so ooops.
I flipped the channel in time to catch my Yankees trailing 8-7 in extra innings. Oh, dear! But a two walks and an error loaded the bases for Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, the 2017 homerun champions of the American and National League, the 2017 NL MVP and 2017 Al MVP runner-up. Suffice it to say the sky was brightening over Yankee Stadium.
So of course Judge taps back to the pitcher for an easy double play and Stanton strikes out for the fifth time that game. Ouch. And boo.
Both epic comebacks failed. But stock futures are up! And that comeback won't be foiled until tomorrow.