What a thrill for Bruce Bochy. A year after his return to the dugout, the longtime San Diegan raised his fourth World Series trophy Wednesday night in Phoenix after his relentless Texas Rangers knocked off the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-0, in Game 5. “I know how blessed I am,” Bochy said, thanking his players. What a bummer for Padres fans that former chairman Ron Fowler’s pleas two years ago fell short as Padres leaders Peter Seidler and A.J. Preller were searching for a new manager.
There’s a big ditch that’s out in front of my property. It runs about 85 to 95 feet and about 15 feet deep. Could you do something about that?” Bochy got filler for his ditch. Davis and the Rangers got the first World Series trophy for a franchise whose Texas tenure began in 1972 following 11 years in Washington, D.C. as the Senators. History echoed.
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