Author | Robert Testoni

The Olympic Games: Do we Really Care Anymore?

The Olympic Games: Do we Really Care Anymore?

July 21, 2012 | Robert Testoni

There was a time where the Olympic games were a must watch every evening for 2 week stretch during the summers, or winters. I couldn’t wait to watch our young Americans take there shot against the best in the world, even if some of these sports I did not understand, or know the rules. What [...]

Winning Time Is Now Time For The Ravens

Winning Time Is Now Time For The Ravens

July 15, 2012 | Robert Testoni

It is very easy to get caught up in the minutia of the Ravens off-season. None of that really matters until 7 PM on September 10th against the Cincinnati Bengals. I guess I do not find any injuries, contract issues, players who talk, too worrying because the Ravens have one of the top 3 organizations [...]

Orioles 2012: This Year, Next Year, or Both?

Orioles 2012: This Year, Next Year, or Both?

July 13, 2012 | Robert Testoni

As I wrote in an earlier blog, one of the best parts of the game of baseball is that for the most part the 162 games separate the pretenders for contenders. The way that things have been going for our birds, I do not see them getting to 81 wins, as constructed right now. I [...]

The Mid Summer Classic, A Lost Art

The Mid Summer Classic, A Lost Art

July 10, 2012 | Robert Testoni

I love baseball, and I sit here watching the 2012 All-Star Game and keep wondering what it meant to me as child. First of all, I was on vacation in Ocean City, like a lot of Baltimoreans did during the summer. Our entire family and friends sitting around the 25 inch color Zenith (yes, I [...]

Millionreasonswhy: Gone Long Too Soon

Millionreasonswhy: Gone Long Too Soon

July 07, 2012 | Robert Testoni

Finally electricity has been restored to the Testoni household. I never thought in my lifetime that I would have to resort to living like a Pilgrim, minus the wool garb, and dirt floors. Either way, I was lucky enough not to see the Orioles last weekend, but unlucky enough not to see them the last [...]

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