Monthly Archives: September 2014

Da da, Da da, Duda Had A Big Year

I was an Ike guy.  I had had enough of Lucas Duda.  The wrap on 2014:  30 taters (3rd best in the NL), 92 ribeyes (tied for 5th in the NL).  And quality D as well.  Nice season, big fella!  Here’s … Continue reading

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2014 In The Books, 2015 On The Horizon

Alright, the baseball season was a bust. If Harvey comes back to where he was, and deGrom does not get hit with the sophomore jinx, and Wheeler continues to improve, and David Wright returns to form, and The Grandyman returns … Continue reading

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Compare and Contrast

It is 9.7 miles from Citi Field to Yankee Stadium.  The actual distance might as well be a light year.  Each team had a player retire today.  For the Bombers, it was the team captain, the face of the organization, … Continue reading

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What Would St. Patrick Think?

OK, so the AOH knuckled under to economic pressure.  Cardinal Dolan took, IMHO, a weak, almost non-existent stance on the matter.  I thought he should have withdrawn religious support, and just declared it to be a secular parade, not affiliated with … Continue reading

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My Impressive Psychic Abilities

Can I come up with 6 winning numbers?  No way.  This season’s Super Bowl winner?  Negative.  Who will come out on top in the mid term elections?  Probably not, although history indicates a GOP gain in Congress.  However, I unfortunately … Continue reading

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It’s Been A While…

Many things have transpired since my last post.  The immortal Ralph Kiner passed away, and took part of my childhood with him.  Tommy Ramone, the last original member of The World Famous Ramones, has rejoined the band in eternity as … Continue reading

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