As of this writing, you are approximately 49 hours and 30 minutes from unbridled giddiness, as the Red Sox host the Yankees and open the 2010 baseball season on Sunday night. Also of note: you are approximately 49 hours and 52 minutes away from the moment at which you remember that baseball is boring and decide to go wash the dishes or something.
Baseball fans love trivia, so in the interests of getting ourselves in baseball mode, here is a question I once used while guest-hosting a bar trivia night. One person got it right.
Two pitchers were active in Major League Baseball during the 1990s (though not necessarily only in the 1990s). Including thumbs, these two pitchers had a combined six right digits. Who were these two pitchers?
Whoever answers correctly will win the satisfaction of a job well done. No Google cheating, either. If you do, I'll know, because I spy in your window. If you give up, this has already been answered correctly in the comments.
By the way, here's a hint with regard to one of the pitchers in question: