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Palindromes For Each World Series Game So Far

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Michael Wacha, 22, is one of many talented rookie pitchers on the St. Louis Cardinals. (Matt Slocum/AP)
Michael Wacha, 22, is one of many talented rookie pitchers on the St. Louis Cardinals. (Matt Slocum/AP)

Our friend and master palindromist Barry Duncan shared with us four more World Series palindromes — one for each World Series game so far. (See his previous three — including one for each team.)

Game One

1. 8pm. Ump. 8-1.

Are “pop or drop” opera.

MA: Jon. Home. Gem. Oh. No jam.

Diva DH? Ah, David!

Wonder rests: Erred now.

Damn!
I will ask.
Call, as reversal, lacks all.
I win.
Mad?

1-sided is 1.

Game Two

I, Papi.

One so raw. Mr.? Is still a boy (22 y.o.)! Ball? It's
sir. MW arose, no?

Tie it.
No, I tag.
It's aces, pal.
Error relapse.
Castigation.

1-1.

A Trevor. Over. Ta.

Now:
One to NL, AL.
Note:
Now on!

Game Three

One MO home, no?

V-IV.

Done. Rip, mull umpire. Nod?

Mete.
Lose.
Fast call.
I, Will, act.
Safe?
So let 'em.

Risk AL flak, sir.

Now SL (NL)'s won.

Sin?
A fate.
Series.
I rise.
I reset.
A fan is.

Game Four

To hero men
In HD
Non-DH
Nine more
Hot

2-2.

Set. Am in a spot, too. Hits AL bat. I'm a JG. Jam
it! “A blast,” I hoot. “Tops.” Animates.

Tied. Am level. Made it.

4-2 (4).

Sun. eve:
Put it up.
Even us.

He's so late. Bag. A toss? I do. K. Wong, now
KO'd, is so. Tag. A bet. A loss, eh?

Copyright © 2013 by Barry Duncan

Barry Duncan is a master palindromist who writes the Reversible Life blog.

This program aired on October 28, 2013. The audio for this program is not available.

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