Friday, October 08, 2004


One Step Closer

The Redsox are one series away from advancing to the World Series after beating the Angels 8-6 Friday night to sweep them 3-0. David Ortiz hit a 2 run homer in extra innings to win the game for the Sox. They will either face the Twins or Yankees in ALCS. I am cheering for the Yankees because of how exciting the ALCS between the Redsox and Yankees was last season. GO REDSOX!
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Friday, September 24, 2004


Expos Moving To D.C.?

According to two baseball officials, Bud Selig will likely announce that the Montreal Expos will move to Washington D.C. next year with the approval of funds. Selig said that this move might be a temporary solution but Washington is already looking to build a new ballpark. The likely owner of the team would be the Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos. The highest ranked official told The Associated Press that the deal would be finalized around a week so they could move them next year. The proposed making of a new ballpark might be built around the area of Dulles International Airport, about 60 miles from Camden Yards. This total project will cost more than $450 million dollars.

Saturday, September 18, 2004


Bonds gets 700

Barry Bonds joined an exclusive club last night as he hit his 700th homerun. The 42 year old Bonds is now just 14 homers away from all time great Babe Ruth and is just 55 homers away from Hank Aaron, the all time homerun leader. If Bonds keeps putting up these amazing numbers, he should become the all time homerun leader early in the 2006 season.

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Friday, September 10, 2004


A Great Opener

The NFL season started with a bang as the Patriots beat the Colts 27-24. Colts' kicker Mike Vanderjagt missed the what would have been game tying field goal with 47 seconds left in the game. Vanderjagt had made a NFL record 42 straight field goals before missing this one.

Tom Brady looked great throwing for 335 yards and 3 touchdowns. Corey Dillion rushed for 86 yards on 15 carries.

The Colts shot themselves in the foot during this game when they turned the ball over 3 times in the red zone.

The Colts again proved that they are not yet a great NFL football team. This game was theirs' for the taking and they let it slip out of their hands.

Thursday, September 09, 2004


NFL Season Opener

The NFL season starts tonight with the New England Patriots going against the Colts. These teams met last year in the AFC Championship game. The Patriots won it and went on to win the Super Bowl. The Patriots added Corey Dillon to the mix in the offseason to make themselves even better. The Colts will be looking to avenge that 28-14 loss they suffered in Foxboro last playoffs. It should be a great start to the NFL season.

Friday, September 03, 2004


Baron Davis leaving the Hornets?

New Orleans Hornet star Baron Davis could be looking to be traded out of New Orleans. His agent advised him to demand a trade. Baron Davis said he trusts his agent but he is planning on playing with the Hornets this season unless something major occurs. We will just have to stay put and see what happens.

In 2001 he signed a 6 year, 84 million dollar contact.

Thursday, September 02, 2004


Kobe's Charges Dropped

Big news out of Eagle County Colorado on Wednesday. Kobe Bryant's sexual assult charges were dropped. His accuser decided to drop the case for unknown reasons. To read the complete story, click here.

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