It seems like yesterday was September 28 as I sat in my seats in Section 112 Row 8 watching as Randy Johnson threw a 2 hitter to win his 12th game of the season. As the final pitch was thrown around 3:30 PM the Diamondbacks season ended and the long dark off-season began. On the other hand it feels as though baseball has been gone forever. I had to endure the pain and agony of watching the Los Angeles Dodgers dismantle the Chicago Cubs then lose to the Philadelphia Phillies. It has been an eternity since the Phillies pulled an upset defeating the Tampa Bay Rays to win the World Series. I spent the next 149 days 9 hours 36 minutes replaying the final month of the 2008 season trying to figure out how the Arizona Diamondbacks could fall as far as they did allowing the Los Angeles Dodgers take the National League Western Division title. No matter how many times I go through the events I just can’t seem to grasp how it happened. It was a traumatic time for a Diamondbacks fan; one that is extremely hard to recover from.