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Friday, June 23, 2006


I'm thinking that I can start posting again after so many wins in a row!

...more to come.

Go Red Sox!

Monday, June 19, 2006

Go Sox!

I have not posted much this season - day job in the way again - but recently I have not been able watch many games.


Sunday, September 25, 2005

Now That The Hurricane is Over

I'm not sure about you but I could go without another storm for the rest of the year. I've been away covering Hurricane Rita and now it's time to get back to sports. Fortunately, since our last post, the Red Sox are now tied with The Yankees again and I'm ready for some football with The Patriots Facing The Steelers today.

With an ailing secondary, the Patriots are going to have to step it up if they want to come out of week 3 at 2 and 1. The Steelers are usually one of my favorite teams to play against during the season. I just happen to have plenty of friends and relatives from Steelers country and they seem to be about as rabid and loyal as ex-pat Red Sox fans anywhere outside of Boston.

My sense is that the Patriots will come out swinging and the Steelers will make them work for it. This game is going to come down to a FG or less but the Patriots will come out on top. My other predictions for the game?...Brady will be sacked in every quarter, Troy Brown will make a big play in at least 2 of his 3 areas of the game and Dillion will rush for a touchdown in the first half.

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Sunday, September 18, 2005

The Panthers Did Not Win...

...the Pats just plain lost the game. Talk about sloppy play and just no real passion to win the game - which the panthers had plenty.

Where the New England Patriots out partying all week and the forgot to practice before the game? They just did not bring it for this loss. We're just not used to loosing anymore. Which is probably for the best that it's the second game of the season and will hopefully shame the Pats into getting keisters into gear.

And it was a bad day all around for Boston Sports with the Red Sox loss to Oakland keeping them only 1.5 games ahead of the Yankees.

On a separate note - I just love football season. Today was the first game I could just scream at the TV again - I, for example spent a few minutes screaming that variable did stripped the ball before Davis was down.

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Friday, September 16, 2005

Sox Playing it Close

No matter what David Hasehoff encountered on Baywatch one thing was for sure, his hair was always perfect. So it is with Johnny Damon. I know he is coming back from being hurt but regardless of his play, his hair...it sure looks great, doesn't it? Welcome back Johnny.

As for the Red Sox, I think it's going to be an up-and-down roller coaster for the remainder of the season. Tonight, the Red Sox will beat Oakland and loose the next game. It will come right down tot he wire and we'll love every second of it. And with the Yankees now within a game and half , what will this mean for the folks in Boston? Those last few games of the season against the Yankees at Fenway will be the hottest tickets in town! I will get them come hell or high-water.

If you want to see if there are tickets available for any of those games - start searching now before they go nuts as for price.

But moving forward to tonight we have, as many of you know, my favorite Red Sox player. Tim Wakefield will save the day and win it for them tonight. His control has been spot on and the A's should not show any way of learning how to crack that knuckleball code.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Should I Start to Get Nervous?

When the Red Sox won last night in the extra innings tie break, I was nervously happy. It just feels like they are holding on by a thread right now. Now that the Yankees may have decided they know how to beat the Devil Rays with a 17-3 win in FL, it stings.

I've started the countdown to see if the Sox can squeak by and make it - but why? They Red Sox are in the lead right now. I think it is just my conditioning as a Boston Fan to think the worst event if your team right now is, on paper, in the lead. But with shaky, inconsistent pitching, who can blame me. Let's hope that Wells can deliver the bacon tonight.

And what's up with Foulke? I'm hoping he pulls a Schilling and finds his mojo again in one of his next appearances.

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