Thursday, October 21, 2004

Jesus Saves ALCS

Jesus Christ pulled out of his batting slump with 6 RBIs yesterday to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 10 - 3 victory over the New York Yankees. The Red Sox' game 7 victory at Yankee Stadium assures their berth in this year's World Series and also caps an unprecendented ALCS comeback that has some Yankee fans grumbling about divine intervention.

Bud Selig, Commissioner of Major League Baseball, noted after the game that there was no hard evidence of deus ex machina and reiterated that Christ's contract specifically stipulates his ejection from MLB if the league ever finds he has used his family connections to influence the outcome of a game.

Churches in New York City are being torn down at a record pace.


Pictures: Jesus rocks the Yanks (1) (2)


At 9:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sweet. I've hated the Yankees since I was four (no joke) and, especially after professional sports's biggest let down ever from last year, this makes me very, very happy.

How's about we reinstate the old Aztec tradition of ritualistically slaughtering the losing team?


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