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Posted on Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 by jim dawson
THE RED SOX PLAY A LOT DARN BETTER MAY 1, 2012
Well, well, the BoSox have bounced back off the canvas and are putting up a fight. Of
course their sparring partners, the Twins and White Sox, aren’t exactly heavyweights.
Still it was noteworthy that the Sox went 6-1 on the road and faced pitching by a guy [...]
Posted on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 by jim dawson
RAVENS CAGED 10/18/10
Nevermore! The Ravens defense (ranked #3 in the NFL) could not hold a 10-point lead in the 4th quarter against a Moss-less Patriots team. The NE youngsters playing Defense outplayed their [...]
Posted on Sunday, March 7th, 2010 by Mike Damergis
Mike’s Big Apple Bites:
It’s a crime that the Yankees gave Kei Igawa $20 million dollars over five years, not to mention the $26 million posting fee. Brian Cashman said he hasn’t lived up to their scouting reports. I have one question – who was the scout and does he still have a job with the [...]
Posted on Sunday, February 21st, 2010 by Mike Damergis
So after three months in hiding, Tiger Woods addressed the media - sort of.
The handlers for Woods invited only a few select media outlets to the glorious affair. Not only were a few media personnel invited to the gala, but Tiger’s representatives put a ban on reporters’ questions. In response, the Golf Writers [...]
Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 by grierbinimi
Make no mistake, Tom Glavine is a first-ballot Hall of Fame pitcher, but he doesn’t even crack on the Top 10 pitchers of his generation.
The lefty from Concord, Mass., has 305 career wins; five 20-win seasons, a .600 winning percentage and a 2.16 ERA in eight World Series starts. The Braves 14-year run as division [...]
Posted on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 by russellmania
Washington, DC — The Boston Red Sox took their traveling road show to the Nation’s Capital on a somber Tuesday fueled with sympathy and disbelief over what happened on the DC metro system Monday.
While it might not be appropriate to heap praise or hurl criticism so soon after a terrible tragedy, that’s what we do [...]
Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2009 by russellmania
Baltimore, MD - May 29, 2009
The fireworks display at Camden Yards on Friday night was just fine. Nothing you haven’t seen before, but hey – colorful explosives set off by trained professionals always make for a good show.
The good thing for Orioles fans as the fireworks where they count, really have just begin. FINALLY.
It’s been [...]
Posted on Monday, May 25th, 2009 by Al Bernstein
Part of my mission here is to offer some suggestions to those of you who casually peek at the sport of boxing. If you are in that category you probably are not aware that on Saturday,May 30, HBO is showing a card that features a potential superstar. You can discover Alfred Angulo, a Mexican [...]
Posted on Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 by russellmania
Washington D.C. - May 13, 2009
It was one of the most anticipated series of all-time. Not just in the NHL, but in professional sports. It was one of the most hyped Game 7’s, as hyped as any NHL game is ever going to be.
It just did not live up to the billing. Rarely does, and [...]
Posted on Saturday, May 9th, 2009 by russellmania
Washington DC - May 9, 2009
The Pittsburgh Penguins took a three game to two series lead at Verizon Center in Washington DC tonight in stunning and controversial fashion. In a series that has had it all from dueling hatricks, to accusations of Alex Ovechkin targeting Russian players for injuries, to a death threat against Ovechkin [...]