The polls opened early at Campanelli Stadium with a double header pushing ahead the night’s start time to 5:05 PM. However voter turnout was strong and an early projection held true. During the first game of the doubleheader, the public address announcer declared that with 10% of the votes tallied, Obama held a slight edge. When all of the ballots were counted and verified (there will not be a re-count Florida), Obama had captured a majority vote of 52.3 percent.
Bobblection Week 2008 continues on Friday night in Charleston, South Carolina when the Charleston RiverDogs host the Rome Braves. Analysts have not yet cast any projection.
Brockton’s Bobblection was the second stop on the Bobblection Week 2008 tour. On Wednesday in Hudson Valley, New York, the Hudson Valley Renegades saw Obama sneak away with a tight victory.
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It’s just a gut feeling, but I think Rocco Baldelli and his new beard are gonna do something big when he finally reenters the Tampa Bay lineup (MiLB.com)
Minor League Baseball’s top homerun hitters for the month of July; Dallas McPherson is never gonna want to see New Mexico again after this season (Baseball America)
Can David Price follow in the footsteps of Joba Chamberlain? (Beyond the Box Score via Baseball Musings)
Hopefully the emails of United States olympians are just as boring as mine (BBTF Newsblog)
And you thought that impromptu games of Homerun Derby were the worst possible way to end a tie game; silly baseball fans! (Ump Bump)
You can almost HEAR Jordi giggling maniacally to himself while writing this (The Serious Tip)