There’s nothing like a good party, and nobody knows how to celebrate better than the Boston Red Sox. They’ve already thrown a half dozen pre game suarees at Fenway this year and the season’s not even two months old.
I’m not going to pull a Jack Nicholson on you and tell you, “You can’t handle the truth”, it’s just that you don’t have the patience for it.
Sometimes I guess you just give up and turn the asylum over to the inmates. I couldn’t help but get that feeling when Chicago Cubs president Theo Eptsein signed one half of the tandem that solidified his legacy in Boston, the “inmate-fringe” half, Manny Ramirez, as a triple A player coach.
In keeping with the topic and in the immortal words of veteran Boston Red Sox play by guy Joe Castiglione, “Can you believe it?”
The bad news– the Connecticut Sun are off to an oh and three start to what was expected to be a bounce back season cloaked in optimism. The good news– they are a young team, and the season is young.
The approach of the Belmont Stakes brings with it the chance for the first Triple Crown winner in thoroughbred racing since Affirmed in 1978, or not. There’s a slim chance that California Chrome, winner of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, will not run at Belmont.
Fans at New Britain Stadium this week expected to get an eyeful of some of the best young talent in baseball.
There are little known rules in every sport, and every sport specifically pays people to know them.
I’m coming clean. I’m a traditionalist. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. It doesn’t make me a bad person. I’ve suspected it for a long time.
For those of you keeping track of the ever changing landscape of college athletics, and that’s just about every college sports fans, there were a couple of developments yesterday that will have a major impact on the future.