I have issued this notion before, in qualified terms.
It's all about me, and I apologize to you all.
The Red Sox outstanding fall from grace is due to my viewing so many games.
Now, Moon has claimed a higher failure rate, but I have no way to verify that.
Here are the points in my presentation.
Until this last season, I rarely got to see the Red Sox play. Maybe as little as 10 or 12 games a season, all on tv.
It seemed to me, that while the Sox were playing high calibre ball in each of those seasons, they lost well over 50% of the games I watched.
This last season, thanks to VIP BOX TV, I watched more games than ever before. Maybe as many as 40 or 45 games.
Thus, the jinx of my viewing games was multiplied by as much as 400%. It was only natural that the Sox would lose a truly significant number of more games.
I offer this as an option since there are so many who have declined to allow for injury and other reasons ...
Sorta makes as much sense as those wise folks who have marvelled at the mathematical and astrological genius of the Maya ... and have thought that somehow gave credence to us being obliterated yesterday.
Remember, the Maya never knew of Bobby Valentine ...