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A Game to Remember

Summary: This essay's author attended a playoff game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Los Angeles Dodgers, and shares his experiences and the exciting moments of the game. A St. Louis fan, the author sat next to a Dodgers fan.

It's just past five o'clock on a dreary Tuesday evening in October at down town

Saint Louis. The streets are swarming with Cardinals fans, most of them in red and an occasional few in white. Tonight is game two of the National League Division Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the opposing Los Angeles Dodgers, with the Red Birds already ahead in the series one to zip, in the best of five series. My dad and I are attending this game thanks to my mom scoring two tickets, one for my dad and another for myself. The atmosphere is electric everyone anticipating to take a two games to none lead on the rival Dodgers. The streets began to fill up more and more as it became closer to game time and the voices became louder with people trying to sell merchandise, "Get your playoff program and scorecard...

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