Subject: Daily Blurb - October 4, 2010|
Posted by: Guru
-  Mon, Oct 04, 2010, 10:37
Quote of the day
"We beat [the Giants] 12 of 18 and that means they played seven games better against the rest of the league. They beat other teams and we didn't. -- San Diego 1B Adrian Gonzalez, after losing the final game of the season (and the NL West title) in San Francisco
The baseball regular season came to an end yesterday, although there was some drama right down to the end, with four different playoff positions not settled until the final game. The Red Sox got a little solace by knocking the Yankees into the wild card slot, while the Giants played out the string before finally dispatching the Padres.
With the end of the MLB regular season, we also reach the end of the RIBC. Congratulations to John Holt, who built a commanding lead that persisted over the final several months.
Two of the top quarterbacks through the first three weeks of the NFL season have been Michael Vick and Jay Cutler. However, the pair failed to play a complete game between them on Sunday. Vick was knocked out by a chest injury; Cutler was just knocked out. And before Cutler suffered an apparent concussion, he was sacked nine times in the first half – and looked totally befuddled. Of course, the Bears’ blocking and the Giants’ defenders had something to do with it.
|1||Building 7 |
Mon, Oct 04, 2010, 13:33
I'd rather play the Twins in round 1 , than Texas and Cliff Lee.
|2||Da Bomb |
Fri, Oct 08, 2010, 23:16
5 game series or 7 game against Texas pick your poison
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