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5/11/10 Three games in two days, the third being perfect

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In which I muse on the unlikely occurrence that I witnessed a perfect game.

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5/7/10 Someone else’s Packers adventure in Madison, c. 1997

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I’ve had this page open in a tab for a couple of weeks now and want to get rid of it, so I’m blogging it for posterity (and because it’s amusing, at least to me). In 1997, the Packers played a preseason game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin. (I lived there at the […]

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4/16/10 Ben Sheets’ good luck charm?

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Ben Sheets in 2001 and 2010 If I were superstitious, I’d think I was good luck for Ben Sheets — at least when he’s new to a Major League Baseball franchise.

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8/18/09 Brett Favre is a Viking. Huh.

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You may know I’m originally from Wisconsin. Being a native cheesehead (I’ve reclaimed the term), I am pretty much genetically required to be a Packer fan. So, naturally, I find it interesting that Brett Favre, Green Bay legend, signed with one of the Packers’ main rivals, the Minnesota Vikings, today. This after retiring twice and […]

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4/9/09 Baseball is supposed to be fun

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Today was truly the most depressing day (and night) of being a baseball fan I have ever experienced.

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2/19/09 A’s Crosby no “comeback” candidate

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Despite Oakland A’s third baseman Eric Chavez’s attempt to support his teammate, “come back” and “have a great year” do NOT belong in the same sentence when it comes to Bobby Crosby. Other than hitting 22 homers in his Rookie of the Year season, Crosby has never put up numbers anything better than pedestrian. So […]

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8/27/08 Pratfalls are funny

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Sometimes bad things happen to good athletes: What didn’t make it to the Olympics (via YouTube).

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Where are they now?

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Did you know? The “John 3:16” guy is in jail.

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6/27/08 Which NFL franchise is the best?

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Football fans reading this blog can enjoy this article instead of working today. They rank the 32 NFL franchises based on their all-time records. An ambitious task indeed. You’ll never guess who’s #1. (Hint: I might not have posted this if I hadn’t been in agreement with it.) (Non-football fans, you can safely ignore this […]

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6/20/08 Baseball becomes chess

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Best baseball clip ever: Pat Venditte, switch pitcher for the single A Staten Island Yankees, decides which hand to use against a switch hitter, who is simultaneously deciding which side of the plate to hit from. (For the conclusion of the at-bat, see the ESPN video on the video page.) That’s right, I said “switch […]

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