Yes, 138 points is hard to fathom. Sure, it’s amazing. But the feat of Grinnell’s Jack Taylor also raises a number of questions.
The poor play by Fielder, Lamont and Peralta cost the Tigers something very important: THE LEAD. And that is something that the Detroit Tigers, at that point down 1-0 and soon to be down 2-0 after that play, desperately needed.
Unfortunately, there simply doesn’t seem to be any team in the AFC East that can seriously challenge the Patriots.
The Yankees simply have virtually nobody who can hit. Down three games to none after a 2-1 defeat to Detroit, the Yankees are down and out. The fall has been quick and precipitous.
The reality is that baseball “experts” sometimes don’t understand baseball rules, that the right call was made and virtually everybody didn’t understand it.
It’s hard to believe that it has gone this far, but it has. The disgrace of the NFL continues on a weekly (daily?) basis. With the obligatory “the replacement refs are trying their best” out of the way, let’s take a look at how the NFL is killing the integrity of the NFL.
While that, rightly, is the focus of all articles on the game, this article is about something much more subtle – the inability (or lack of desire) of Robinson Cano to hustle in the field.
In a potential one-game playoff scenario, Jerry Meals’ terrible call may come back to haunt the Yankees.
The settlement announced in New Jersey this past week should help move along a complete change to weaker BBCOR bats. Hopefully, someday, we will simply have a return to only wooden bats.
More criminal charges, more civil lawsuits, more defendants and more bad publicity are all on the horizon.
Reggie has now been banished by the Yankees until the time is “right” for his return. But all he did, with respect to A-Rod, is tell the truth.
While much will be made of how the Clemens defense team destroyed the credibility of his main accuser, former trainer Brian McNamee, it says here that the testimony of Andy Pettitte was also instrumental in gaining the acquittal.
Surprisingly, the prosecution may rest as early as Friday in the state court prosecution of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.
At the start of the ninth week of trial (with 26 actual days of testimony), the case of Roger Clemens will finally go to the jury, probably later today (Tuesday) or, at the latest, tomorrow.
On Tuesday, May 29, the prosecution in the perjury trial of Roger Clemens rested after presenting its case-in-chief. Despite great efforts by the Clemens defense team, it says here that the government scored plenty of points with the jury.