Well, it's the end of August and the Red Sox are still sitting in last place in the east. Since they've been the cellar dweller for most of the season, I think we are all pretty used to it? Do we like it? Hell no. Is there a snowballs chance in hell that we could make our way into the post-season with 32 games left on the table? Yes, there is. With 26 games remaining against the east, there is the mathematical possibility to maneuver up the standings. Of course if we could take back those games in May and June that we should have won and not tried to break records with lengthy losing streaks, it would be a lot more probable.
Having your own sports blog is fun. Some of the positive things are not having to play to anyone else's agenda or timeline. Of course with it being just a hobby, I do frequently lack the time, energy, and resources needed to get a post written. Currently, I have 41 posts which I've started but never
In an effort to try and pinpoint when the Red Sox struggles are occurring, I looked at a few select statistics. Here are my findings.
Didn't pay attention to what was going on with the home teams last night? Well, here you go. The latest changes to the Red Sox hierarchy and a possible leak for what may go down with deflategate on Wednesday.
If you are going to judge NFL teams and players on the outcome of their preseason games, you should probably reconsider. Preseason games are just big organized practices. While it's easy to get excited about certain players and concerned about others, unless you are part of the team and know what was expected of each individual on each play, your perception may be far from reality. Trust me, I've been real excited about players in the past only to see them completely fizzle out once the real games started. I referred to Zach Sudfeld as Studfeld for crying out loud!! Nevertheless, here are my takeaways from the first preseason matchup for the Patriots.
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