Let’s add things up: The Colorado Rockies were on fire heading into the World Series, having won 21 of their last 22 games. Then, right before the Series began, the media was full of stories about the (previously reported) fact that the Rockies are “the closest thing Major League Baseball has to a faith-based club.” Indeed,
The front office runs the franchise based on what it describes as Christian principles, and it consciously recruits players judged to have “moral values” and “character.”
Then just that suddenly, the Rockies were swept 4-to-zip in the World Series.
You almost have to wonder whether God was trying to tell us something.