Well we are more then a week away from the British Open and it has been an interesting weekend of discussion surrounding one position on the baseball field. So I thought I would keep it light and just comment on a few interesting topics that have happened throughout sports in the past week. Here we go:
One year after coming up short against Rafael Nadal, Federer particpated in yet another epic finals match. Last year’s match set a record for overall duration. This year’s match set a record for most games played in the final set – 30. Yeah, that’s right 30. It started at breakfast and ended after 1pm.
Moving to the outfield, in part 6 we’ll be discussing a position with quite the dichotomy of candidates.
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Some have called it the ‘Miracle on Grass.’ I’m not sure I want to go that far, but the Unites State Men’s soccer team 2-0 victory over Spain gets my POTW. Hopefully, taking down the world’s number one team in convincing fashion will lead to big things for the 2010 World Cup. As of right […]
Either the bench was worn out after a sometimes heated debate regarding the Mount Otsego shortstops, or third base was simply a no-brainer.
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The purpose of college for High School teens post graduation is intended to prepare them for the grind and rigors of everyday life. Some are still searching for their niche, while others have a good idea what they want to do and college will help them get there. For a lot of NBA-bound basketball players all college does is serve as a nuisance and prolong their arrival to “The League.”
Just as the golf world is starting to recover from its Bethpage “hangover”, the LPGA begins its week here in Rochester, NY. Featuring 144 women golfers, the Wegmans LPGA celebrates its 33rd year at the Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, NY. Known as one of the favorite stops for most of the members in the LPGA, Rochester has seen Hall of Famers such as Patty Sheehan, Nancy Lopez, Kathy Whitworth and future Hall of Famers such Lorena Ochoa and Karrie Webb win multiple championships as the Wegman LPGA.
22 months removed from Tommy John surgery the Webster Yankee starter put the Niagara Power in lock down. Just two Power batters reached base – an error and a hit by pitch. Neither runner advanced past second.