A big CONGRATULATIONS to one of my all time favorite New York Yankees, Derek Jeter. On January 21, 2020 Jeter was elected into the Baseball Hall Of Fame. His election was nearly unanimous. Apparently one person opted to be a rebel and failed to vote him in. That person should unanimously be voted into the … Continue reading Derek Jeter – Hall Of Famer!
A HUGE congratulations to the 2016 Chicago Cubs for winning the World Series. What a great time to be a baseball fan. During the course of the last fifteen World Series ten different teams have won the title. In that span the San Francisco Giants and the Boston Red Sox have won three times and … Continue reading Congratulations To The Cubs
Words can not express how great is was to see Phil Collins perform tonight at the opening of the US Open. For those who may not have seen it he performed two songs, In The Air Tonight and Easy Lover. This continues his slow emergence from retirement. As I was watching I couldn't help but … Continue reading Phil Collins – In The Open Air
Today Mariano Rivera received a much deserved plaque in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium. The plaque commemorates his status as an all time Yankee great. What a pleasure it was to watch him pitch for 19 extremely succusful seasons as a Yankee. One could argue that he was the best closer to ever pitch in baseball. … Continue reading Mariano Rivera: Forever The Sandman
How the mighty have fallen. Former Mets All Star shortstop Jose Reyes has been designated for assignment by his current team, The Colorado Rockies. The Rockies have ten days to trade or release him, or he may accept a demotion to the minor leagues. Wow! How did we get here? At one point Reyes … Continue reading Jose Reyes- The Mighty Fallen
As the 2016 Major League Baseball season begins, I have a confession to make. Let me start by saying that I have been a fan of the New York Yankees for most of my life. I am going to make a confession that may infuriate some fellow fans and confuse others. If the Yankees never … Continue reading The Confessions Of A Satisfied Yankees Fan
Football fans facinate me. Generally speaking, regardless of what teams are playing the fans are watching. With baseball this is not the case, baseball fans want to watch their team. This is especially true in the World Series. My team's not playing? I have no interest in watching. That seems to be the concensus … Continue reading The Super Bowl: Must See TV, Or Else