“Doc”tober – Halladay History

Oct 29, 2013 3 Comments by

In 1992, my boss took me to The Spectrum in Philadelphia to see the NCAA  Men’s Division I East Regional final. With 2.1 seconds remaining in OT, Grant Hill threw a pass the length of the court to Christian Laettner, who dribbled once, turned, and hit a jumper as time expired to seal Duke’s 104-103 […]

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History – thanks to a friend named Steve

Oct 22, 2013 2 Comments by

Received a call from my friend Steve on Tuesday evening, with an extra ticket to Game 1 of the NLDS game Phillies vs. Reds 10/06/10; little did I realize at the time that I would be witnessing baseball history (thanks to a friend named Steve) the start of Doc-tober. Roy ‘Doc’ Halladay throws a no […]

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The Rangers Can’t Lose (on the road)

Sep 22, 2013 No Comments

AJ was sailing along thru the first 2 innings; the crowd was into it cheering for every 3rd strike. A little bump in the 3rd inning and with a little help he gets through 2 more. Then the 6th inning happens and with the bottom of the 6th Holland takes all the wind out the […]

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Met Memory – Another in a String

Aug 14, 2013 No Comments

There’s something special being a fan of any team to have ever played at Shea Stadium.. First of all there was the wind, and the bathrooms, but mostly the losing. Now this particular stub comes from a series the New York Mets shouldn’t have even been in. After a highly unlikely route into the playoffs […]

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What MIGHT have been – the last Yankee post for 2010

Aug 11, 2013 No Comments

Even if what should have happened did happen, nobody outside the House that Ruth built would have known, cause in NY – the cable network that Fox is on was blacked out in  a “dispute” over money and the early games of the series basically didn’t exist. So, I didn’t watch the World Series, did […]

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Cliff Lee (again) – They Year of The Pitcher Continues

Jul 13, 2012 No Comments

Cliff Lee is bordering on the ridiculous. Does he look like an athlete – no. Is he his sport’s most dominant player

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Time to take Texas!

Oct 21, 2010 No Comments

A great fall afternoon to watch CC hold Texas Rangers to only 2 runs with 11 hits and stranding 7 runners on the bases over 6 innings. 10 strike outs, no walks by the Yankees staff and the Sandman come in to close it out in the top of 9th. Now for game 6, time […]

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Phillies vs. Giants Game 2 – The Other Roy

Oct 19, 2010 No Comments

Phillies vs. Giants NLCS GAME 2   10/17/2010 Game 2 had Phillie’s other Roy on the mound – Roy Oswalt – coming off a tough outing in Division series we all expected a strong game from Oswalt. And my wife and I were not disappointed – Not only did he pitch 8 strong innings but […]

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Theeeeeee Yankees win!

Oct 10, 2010 No Comments

Great win, a great sweep, they do it again to the Twins. Are Yankees this good or Twins this bad. It was nice night, starting with the elder statemen Yogi’s frist pitch, the young Yankee Hughes on the mound, then Mo one of the core four on the mound to end it. What history, the […]

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