From a baseball perspective, holding a 6-run lead in the ninth inning would be pretty close.

However, sometimes the narrative becomes twisted and gnarled, leaving only a withered stump of a baseball team.

Tragically, this is what went down recently between the Seattle Mariners and Angels in Los Angeles.

Yogi Berra said it a few decades ago, and as The Daily Player recounted, it still holds true now.

Here at Fanorama, we know to say 'til the end.

So if you, say, purchase these breathable summer sports shoes for a helluva price of $36.55:

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