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Monday, February 19, 2018

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If the Green Bay Packers are ravaged by injuries this season, retired quarterback Brett Favre said that he might consider returning should the NFL team reach out to him.

Is Brett Favre done playing football or not? Even though he announced his retirement last month, no one seems to be buying it. My feeling is that his heart just isn’t into it. Brett retired for some reason (maybe his wife wants him out of the game while his body is still intact), but you can tell that he really wants to get back in the game. The entire affair has reached ludicrous proportions. And the story is... Read More

Cherie Carter is a dare-devil of the skies. She has always loved speed and danger, and when she discovered Sky-diving, her life revolved around the sport.

Last year she jumped her 600th jump and she had just turned 60 years old, or is it 60 years young? Cherie will never grow old…she just does not have the time.

Every possible weekend finds Cherie heading for the Dive Zone carting her equipment in a matching bag.

Intrigued, I asked Cherie some questions.

Why does a cute little lady like you want to throw herself out of a plane?

Cherie just laughs. She... Read More

You may have thought this was a movie review, it's not. I'll leave that to DLFERGUSON. I haven't seen this movie yet, and I will eventually. You'll be surprise to know that I did audition for the part of 'McCracken' and I was beat out by Jesse Lipscombe for the role. Enough about that... This is the story of Adolph Pruitt.

I see Adolph every single day at the gym. To the ordinary man he's just another person sitting next to you on the bus. You may think nothing of it. Let me tell you! This man is a part of boxing history and most people that come to the gym don't even know anything... Read More

Here are my NL picks. Special thanks again to Eric Gouldsberry and all of the folks at www.thisgreatgame.com.

NL EAST

After pulling one of the worst choke jobs in the history of baseball (’51 Brooklyn Dodgers, anyone?) the New York Mets are better for one reason: Johan Santana. It was a major move getting the all-star pitcher and the dividends should be immediate. If he wins 15 games, it will be a disappointment, let’s put it that way. There are still several question marks on this team, however. One is age. Moises Alou, Luis Castillo and Carlos Delgado aren’t... Read More

It was just last season that the world held witness to one baseball’s greatest, yet most controversial feats, as Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hit home run 756 to break Hank Aaron’s all time record of 755. Today Barry Bond’s, who was once revered as a symbol of greatness for the Giants Franchise, now is represented around the stadium no more. AT&T Park, which at one point proudly presented itself as the home of the new home run king, by placing banners praising Bond’s chase for the record on the field wall and throughout the stadium, has recently... Read More

Every season, I make my MLB season picks. And every year they stink. Here are my American League picks for 2008. Tomorrow I will give you my National League selections. Special thanks to my sportswriting and web site partner, Eric Gouldsberry, journalist extraordinaire and co-founder of www.thisgreatgame.com.

AL EAST

The Boston Red Sox were as well-oiled as a team could be in 2007. They streaked out to a great start, didn’t collapse in a contrast to tradition, and with the exception of spotting Cleveland with delusions of grandeur in the ALCS, sailed through the postseason.... Read More

Fiesta Lakers

Los Angeles-March 23rd, Easter Sunday will go down in the record books as one of the hottest days in recent memory tying a record in 1926 at 88 degrees. I along with thousands of Lakers fans waited patiently to enter the Los Angeles Convention Center, Hall A for the 7th Annual Fiesta Lakers presented in conjunction with 1330 AM ESPN DEPORTES RADIO. Everyone was happy when they entered the air conditioned main floor of the Convention Center. There were various inter-active events for the whole family, autograph sessions with current Lakers players-Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol,... Read More

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