Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Idiot Awards

The Major League Baseball regular season is officially over. That means that the day has finally come – yes, the day has arrived where we can finally look back and see how dreadfully wrong I was. On the eve of … Continue reading

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They Choked

With a 6-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles last night, the Boston Red Sox fell into a tie for the American League Wild Card with two games to play. And boy, did they fall. The Red Sox are 6-19 in … Continue reading

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Don’t Choke

The Boston Red Sox have seen their nine game lead in the American League Wild Card shrink to just two games as we enter the final six games of the regular season. And while it has been fun seeing the … Continue reading

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The Greatest Closer (Ever)

This whole post may be the biggest waste of my life, because most of it should be incredibly obvious. Apparently, to some people, it is not. Last night, as I watched the Yankees struggle to find enough runs to put … Continue reading

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America’s Games: Finding Peace Amid Chaos

It’s a clear, brisk morning across New York City and Long Island on November 4th, 2001. Millions of New Yorkers are getting set for a football Sunday, and there is no reason not to. The reigning NFC Champions, the New … Continue reading

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National Football League 2011

After seven months, which seemed like seven years because of the Lockout, professional football is back. Tonight, as the Saints and Packers get set to kick off, those seven months of waiting, watching and hoping that America’s Winter Game would … Continue reading

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