After finishing 2011 with a league-worst 56-106 record and no real veteran additions or up-and-coming stars to watch, they were an easy pick to repeat the dubious distinction. So it’s no surprise that today, August 7th, the Astros seem to … Continue reading
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Props to my college friend Mitch, who is originally from the Quad Cities area and still lives there. He works in Davenport, Iowa now and, apparently, a chunk of the town’s riverfront is now a part of the Mississippi River. … Continue reading
Considering the term “Broadway” is epynonymous with the term “American live threatre” it’s no wonder that New York City is widely recognized as the epicenter of theatre in America. It’s not really even up for debate with about 99% of Americans. Beyond … Continue reading
Today is Opening Day, and over at my collaborative blog with my brother, Two Teams, One Cup, I ran down all of Mark Buehrle’s Opening Day starts. You see, today he breaks his tie with Billy Pierce for the most … Continue reading
It’s Opening Day 2011 and there are seats empty all over Yankee Stadium. I know the weather in New York sucks today, but it’s Opening Day. Everybody sells out Opening Day, except Yankee fans who are obviously too busy to … Continue reading
By now of course you know that one of the biggest stories in Chicago this week was the buyout of Goose Island by the giant, multinational conglomerate AB-InBev, the parent company of Anheuser-Busch, better known as the purveyors of swill … Continue reading
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