David Ortiz launched a lot of pitches over the wall against teams throughout his career. When the Yankees moved into their new home, Ortiz continued his dominance with 15 homers in the new stadium. Without David’s bat in the lineup it sure seems like the Red Sox are one of the few teams who doesn’t hit well in New York. With the Red Sox spending the weekend in the Bronx, I decided to take a closer look at their scoring in NY.
First of all, let me apologize for my huge delay in sharing pictures and some stories from round 2.
Today and tomorrow I’ll be hanging out at Rhode Island Country Club taking in some golf. Today is the Pepsi Celebrity Pro-Am where some regular Joes like me and you are playing in 5-somes with some former New England greats. With the morning round in the books, here are some observations. If you wish you knew about this event earlier, you need to check out my other website www.TimeOut4Charity.com.
Phil Mickelson made it into the headlines twice this past week for periphery golf headlines. Is there a connection between the two hot topics?
I’ll start off by saying I’m not a baseball purest and I am generally a fan of the wildcard. After many years of seeing my beloved Red Sox miss out on the playoffs even with a great record, the addition of an additional wild card was a welcome change. Like most fans, the fact that the extra wild card resulted in a one game playoff wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for. This year, the format may really cause a lot of fan bases to question the setup.
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