The Boston Celtics v. Mole-People Referee Masseuses

Bah. This laziness must be overcome. It’s not like there isn’t anything to write about. For one thing, the Celtics pulled off a 4-2 series win over the Magic. The win is impressive if you were actually nervous the Magic stood a chance to catch up. All the same, Boston did have reason to be anxious. While difficult to pull off, these against the wall rallies have happened, once by Boston (the Sox-Yanks 2004 playoffs, which led to the biggest choke in baseball history) and another to Boston (the Bruins being the Bruins).

“Tuesday Morning Hangover; Tuesday Ed!” – An Open Letter to Sports Illustrated

    DEAR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Online), We love you but we need to talk. Why don’t you take a seat?  Why not over there, on the sofa, near the hydrangea?  Comfy? Want any coffee, tea, soda, water, anything? How about the temp – too hot or too cold?  Sure you don’t want any coffee? You’re fine?  Ok.  … Continue reading

"Tuesday Morning Hangover; Tuesday Ed!" – An Open Letter to Sports Illustrated

    DEAR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Online), We love you but we need to talk. Why don’t you take a seat?  Why not over there, on the sofa, near the hydrangea?  Comfy? Want any coffee, tea, soda, water, anything? How about the temp – too hot or too cold?  Sure you don’t want any coffee? You’re fine?  Ok.  … Continue reading

NOT Derek Jeter, cont.

    Interesting article this week on the state of the Red Sox infield.  Shaughnessy – of the Boston Globe, but sometimes, lately, of Sports Illustrated – writes of Boston’s long nightmare, err, search for stability at the position of short stop.   Now, the other day the Venuist pointed out that while Orlando Cabrera … Continue reading