A Hall of Fame Kind of Day…

Granted, Rickey Henderson was the proverbial “no-brainer” (I hate that term actually), but I was glad that Jim Rice made it.  I’ve heard all the arguments against him, but growing up, it was clear that he was in an elite class and a feared hitter.  But, with Rice in, I think that Andre Dawson and Bert Blyleven are certainly just as deserving.  Hopefully, next year will be their year…


Why was Joba Chamberlain hanging out with David Ortiz at this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas?  I guess that’s one way to learn a hitter’s tendencies…



I am glad to see that Dan Graziano has begun writing his own blog, New York Baseball Hack, since his departure from the Star-Ledger. Dan is definitely one of the best baseball writers…in my opinion, and I always appreciate his insights. Dan expects the coming week to be quiet for the Yankees unless Andy Pettitte finally decides to re-sign with the team, and for Xavier Nady to be traded in Spring Training.

A special note of thanks to Tony Dungy as he departs the NFL.  Thanks Tony, you were truly one of the good guys and you set a standard of excellence that will be difficult for others to achieve.  Tony was the defensive coordinator of my favorite team, the Minnesota Vikings, back in the days of Dennis Green, and I always felt that the team should have dumped Green and promoted Dungy rather than let him leave to take the Tampa job.  Oh knows, the Vikings may have finally achieved the elusive Super Bowl championship under Dungy.  But regardless, the guy has sacrificed so much, personally and professionally, for so many others.  He will be missed…


Did the Broncos really hire a coach that is only 12 years older than my son?  Yikes!  Seriously, I do think Josh McDaniels was a good hire, and he should have time and support on his side as he attempts to recapture the glory of the John Elway years…

I saw a Dallas Cowboys headline that said ‘Either Jason Garrett or Terrell Owens has to go!’  Of course, I have to ask, is this a trick question?  That one’s a “no-brainer”!  Aaarrrggh, I hate that term!  😉

And now, I’ll end with a quote from Larry the Cable Guy:  “The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese in the trap.”…






  1. Jane Heller

    Great to “meet” another diehard Yankee fan. The more the merrier here. I’m not sold on trading Nady. Wasn’t he supposed to be our right fielder? I know he’s a Boras free agent after next season, but I’d love to see what he can do this season. As for Andy, doesn’t look like he’ll be back.


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