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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Okay, I’ll admit it…I understand and agree with the decision to end the Ralph Fridgen era at College Park. I even think it shows that Kevin Anderson will dare to be bigger than we have been. But, Mike Wise of … Continue reading
First it was Ernie Harwell, long-time voice of the Detroit Tigers, then came Sparky Anderson, the Manager who led the resurgence of the Tigers in the early to late 1980′s. And now, finally former Tiger’s GM and one of the … Continue reading
He wasn’t much of an Oriole, but let’s say a prayer for Cordova’s daughter. She was seriously injured in an auto accident 11 days ago.
Ozzie Newsome rarely makes mistakes on character, but it looks like Sergio Kindle now ranks at the top of the list. Kindles’ latest problem should not disqualify him from a career in the NFL, but it should disqualify him from … Continue reading
Read them and weep…the one who comes to mind locally not on this AP-compiled list is boxing trainer Mack Lewis. By the way, Inside PressBox has Mr Mack’s best student, Vincent Pettway on our TV Show next week.
Buster Olney’s recent blog entry has put into better or clearer focus part of my problem with Andy MacPhail’s vision and execution of that vision. Who has the majors’ best rotation? I submitted my ranking earlier this week. Here, 16 … Continue reading
I was really keeping my fingers crossed, that somehow Andy MacPhail, maybe with a nudge from Buck Showalter, would see the light and bring back left-handed reliever Arthur Rhodes to a pitchers’ mound near me. But, instead the Orioles have … Continue reading
Sometimes, it seems like forever. The length of time that it has taken to destroy the horse racing industry in Maryland. Yet, with time truly running out the mess that Maryland Racing has become reminds one of Humpty Dumpty. Nobody … Continue reading
The recent trades of Adrian Gonzalez and Zack Grienke has again exposed the Orioles biggest failing: the pipeline of real major league prospects reminds one of an old lead pipe analogy-there is nothing flowing through the pipeline. What the Orioles … Continue reading
Just 28 days shy of turning 46 years old and 18 years younger than his opponent, Light Heavy Weight Champion Jean Pascal, Bernard Hopkins turned back the clock and took his younger opponent to school in Quebec, Canada. Hopkins was … Continue reading