Ted Sillanpaa

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  • Blaine Spence posted 1514 days ago

    Blaine Spence

    With just a couple of days before the 2010 Ford Ironman Championship in Hawaii, I talk with one of the favorites—last year's runner-up, American Chris Lieto:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/483019-an-interview-with-americas-premier-ironman-chris-lieto-and-more-than-sport

  • Andy Hills posted 1521 days ago

    Andy Hills

    Ted, as a long time reader, i am interested to hear your insights on our 0-3 Niners. you have a great perspective and i would love to hear it.

  • Andy Hills posted 1521 days ago

    Andy Hills

    Ted, as a long time reader, i am interested to hear your insights on our 0-3 Niners. you have a great perspective and i would love to hear it.

  • Daniel Lucero posted 1540 days ago

    Daniel Lucero

    I respet your work. If you have a minute:
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/455860-san-francisco-giants-baseball-alive-and-smiling

  • Tim Mosher posted 1549 days ago

    Tim Mosher

    Hey Ted.....any thoughts on how my post on Giants Benched Rowand was deleted ? Hey I just want to play with the other kids. Hell I've even thrown in the towel as far as ruminating over what if's , whose fault, and I can't even process what happened last night against the Rocks. I have been in Bochy's shoes, with even more bizarre circumstances , so I in fact know exactly what his state of disbelief had to be. anyway You could just let me know if you no longer wish for anymore of my posts.

  • Tim Mosher posted 1578 days ago

    Tim Mosher

    Hey Ted , if I put all of that together maybe a book, no ? Probably to much repetition. I guess I now know what it's like to be batting practice.

  • Tim Mosher posted 1591 days ago

    Tim Mosher

    Ted , it seems I've been rejected by the BR web site . Have enjoyed the banter , Though my disdain with giant management must be wearing thin, I hardly thought it would merit censorship.Is this website owned by the Giant Organization ? It would make it easier to explain away. Really wanted to comment on your article about the resurfacing of "The Bruce" tonight. Way better than the nothing of many games already played .No way in hell he was going to get Hitting coached in L.A. Stirring come from behind win. What is up with umpiring this season ? Abysmal performances becoming the norm. Creating their own movement for Instant replay I can only guess. I will miss your work and the back and forth. Ciao Ted, always a good read.

  • Steve Kistner posted 1630 days ago

    Steve Kistner

    Why do you look so much like Karl Malden?

  • Steve Kistner posted 1630 days ago

    Steve Kistner

    You list "the Catch" as your historical moment. I would agree but I did not attend that game. If speaking in terms of a moment seen "live", the most thrilling, for me, was an Alley Oop from Brodie to Owens against Detroit. It was played at Kezar and the catch provided a 49er win with just seconds to play. A close second was watching Willie Mays hit his 600th homer, being, at the time, only the second man to do so. It may be interesting for your blog members to recount their most thrilling moments. I suppose the Alley Oop impressed me so much due to my age. I was in my mid teens and thought I'd never see the like again. I'd bet many of our great sports memories are clouded by age.

  • John Doublin posted 1649 days ago

    John Doublin

    Check out this new web site, join the forums!
    http://www.realsportsnet.com/mlb-general/52010-mlb-rookie-of-the-year-race.html

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