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RSS Comments (2) | Posted by Bill on July 13, 2014

Brewers Needed This

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11 out of the last 13.  That’s how many games the Brewers have lost as they limped to the All Star break.  What once was a pretty secure lead in the National League Central has now turned into a bonafide divisional race.  A team that was seemingly charmed the breaks falling their way, is now dealing with lingering injuries and the tragic death of Jean Segura’s 9 month old son.  If there’s a team out there that needed this break more than the Brewers, I’ve yet to see them play this season. The Brewers 11-2 rout of the central foe Cardinals certainly lifted the spirits of this bewildered team. … Read the rest
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Brewers Frustration Starting To Show Within

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“We were getting breaks early and now we’re not”, one Brewers official told me, “We scored 3 runs on a wild pitch for gosh sakes.”  “Now, we’re swinging to knock fences down, we’re not doing the little things to put pressure on teams to win”. The Brewers are in a freefall right now and seem to be trying to win games with single at bats.  In other words, they’re pressing. “It’s like quicksand, the more you flail the worse you struggle, but it’s not even the All Star break, guys need to get a win, relax and get a way for a while to re-energize the batteries.” Ron Roenicke can only do so much but he has to explain to Matt Garza why he took the starter out, after 7 2/3 innings (108 pitches) for Will Smith who promptly didn’t record an out while giving up 3 hits, 2 walks and 5 runs allowing the Phillies to blow the game wide open. … Read the rest
RSS No Comments | Posted by Bill on July 8, 2014

Could The “PED Effect” Ever Beat The NFL?

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In 1999 the world discovered the name Lance Armstrong.  The testicular cancer survivor beat the odds and won the Tour De France.  For the next 6 years, Armstrong went on to own the event in every facet.  In 2005, even the non-biking fan knew who the rider sponsored by the Postal Service was. Then came the scandal over PED’s and doping. In a sport where almost every participant seemed to be involved in the drug induced ugliness in one way or the other the fan support that had swelled in the years prior diminished to where it is today. That being said, did you know that the Tour has completed 4 stages already?… Read the rest
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Whoever photoshopped this….  applause!!!!
I laughed my ass off!!! Read the rest
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A Naked Prince

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I don’t know what to make of this! Read the rest