Well, we are two games into the NBA season and as a delusional Lebron fan, who claims to be sensible, at times, it seems only fitting to dive into Bron-Bron in LA. Now that we have escaped the mystique of the King going to Hollywood, reality begins to set in as “my” Lakers are 0-2.
On Saturday, several MLB manager openings were announced. The Angels announced that Brad Ausmus would become their new manager, replacing peanut butter stout-drinking-Mike Socia. The Reds hired former infielder David Bell as their new manager. The second one bent my ear in a strange way, due to the fact that Joe Girardi has interviewed with
I don’t know when I realized I would never be a professional ball player.In fact, a small part of me will still lie to my self and say “if I worked my tail off, I could still have a year in the minors” Now; I understand that last statement is pure garbage. I do not
Now that the dust has settled from Boston’s thrashing of the Astros in the ALCS, I have had some time to soak in the fact that the Red Sox are going to their 4th World Series in 15 years. That feels pretty damn good. You know what also feels pretty damn good? The fact that
I made the prediction in April. I’ve stood behind it all year, while listening to constant “…but the Astros….”. And here we are. The Red Sox beat the Astros on Thursday, in 4 straight games (losing the first) to win an American League Pennant, and advance to the World Series. This will be Boston’s first
J-Mac, Josh VG and Kyle Beats are back to talk all things NBA, as the season has finally kicked off and is under way! The guys talk through all of the season opener games and how teams are looking right out of the shoot. Josh VG brings everyone up to speed on the post-Melo Thunder
B-Eazy and J-Mac are back in the SLM studio to talk everything entertainment! J-Mac gives an update on the Red Sox series, Brandon reviews First Man, and the upcoming show trip to see Halloween! J-Mac occupies the Get Off My Lawn segment, and takes a social disgrace to task. Don’t miss the all the goings
I would just like to briefly point out that Jackie Bradley Jr. hit .234 on the regular season, and just hit a bases clearing grand salami to put the Red Sox ahead 8-2. I don’t care what happens in this game. That was worth it all.
I don’t care if this blog doesn’t age well. By doing this, I realize that I play a part in the butterfly effect . But fate is fate. The Red Sox will take Game 3. #RedSoxNation
On Saturday night, the Houston Astros won Game 1 of the ALCS, against the Boston Red Sox. It was a pitching matchup for the ages: Chris Sale vs. Justin Verlander. Unfortunately, only one of these guys showed up to pitch. Chris Sale’s velocity and command both looked off as he struggled to find the zone.