November 15, 2009
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June 15, 2009
There's not much to say. I'm a 45 year old, Chicago-born, military veteran.
I have a son whose twenty now and spent most of my adult years as a single parent, I have some time to have a hobby now and I'm hoping that a life-time of watching, playing, scouting and teaching can somehow help my opinions translate into a reasonable discourse.
I'm old fashioned and because of that I'm a bit of a contrarian as my opinions often run counter the prevailing attitudes today.
I like my football in mud and think line play makes the team. Draft the lineman or the linebacker, he'll last longer.
Fantasy football cheapens the game.
The Wildcat offense - the future is just the past entered through a different door.
Baseball is a game of fundamentals that has been blemished by the steroid era and the scourge of fantasy sports.
Basketball was my first love, I was born in Chicago and raised in Indiana, but I find the NBA hard to watch these days. The players are the best athletes in the world but the little things; entry passes, screens, picks and the fifteen foot jumper have become passe.
Sport is a microcosm of life. It forces people from all walks of life together. It forges unexpected friendships. And always spawns hope - even for Cub fans.
PLEASE Read this story on a Lions and Rams Legend :
Can a track meet really save the planet?
On of the most amazing pieces I have read:
It's that time again:
Just read your tribute to your brother.
Sorry for your loss mate, I wholeheartedly agree with you, sports to bring us together, and we bond.
R.I.P Paul, may he be in a better place than where we are now.
Shining A light on Rojo Grande and the Track and Field Community (Athletics) my own way!
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Todd Civin's latest is a must read:
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I wasn't here at the start of the season, but i liked the Joey Gathright signing, how many AB's was he given with the Cubs, 15 something like that. Will have to see where we go from here, but we are probably stuck with a roster that has big egos and even bigger contracts.
No problems Jeff, and apologies on my end for being quite rude. Built up frustration over the current performance of the team, while at the same time knowing that Jim Hendry will sit on his hands and not do much.
I'm not much for going out and spending millions myself, home grown talent is far more beneficial and often cheaper, and in these economic times, who isn't looking to cut a few costs here and there.
Ramirez has always been a favourite of mine, and he always seems to come through in the clutch, but i agree about Soriano, but i feel it's a little too late, and we may well be stuck with him for the rest of his contract.
We have shown that we can develop talent, with the likes of Soto and Theriot recent important additions to the team, so never against the development of youth, Josh Vitters is a guy that I'm very excited about.
Although in principle you do have some good ideas, i really just can't see Hendry making any dramatic moves. I'm afraid and i fear that we will have to stick with this team.
A beautiful lady, a beautiful article, an ugly subject...I know Leroy is promoting this one as well, so sorry if you get hit twice and thanks for your support.