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Monday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

Monday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

April 05, 2010 |

Suggested Reading SportingNews.com:  Outstanding TSN College Hoops columnist Mike DeCourcy suggests, “Don’t believe all the David-Goliath nonsense.” And you know what?  I agree, Mike.  In fact, not only will I take the Bulldogs and the 7.5 points, but I’ll pick Butler outright.  Just saying, the Monday night National Championship Game is the easiest big-time sports [...]

Thursday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

Thursday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

April 01, 2010 |

Suggested Reading WNST.net: “Wigginton has 2 hit, 2 RBI in Orioles win.” Jake Arrieta, who’ll start this season at Triple-A Norfolk, tossed four innings and allowed two runs on five hits while striking out four in the Birds 4-3 win over Tampa today in Port Charlotte.  Tomorrow’s game in Tampa against the Yankees will be [...]

Wednesday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

Wednesday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

March 31, 2010 |

The Swinging Bunt Eagles falling apart in Philly.  You know, I guess I can understand the Eagles’ hesitance in trading Donovan McNabb.  Over the last decade the Philadelphia Eagles have been, if nothing else, one of the most consistent franchises in the National Football League.  Coming off a 3-13 record in ’98, team owner Jeffrey [...]

Tuesday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

Tuesday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

March 30, 2010 |

The Swinging Bunt Trembley decides O’s rotation.  Big news out of Sarasota today.  Orioles fans, your 2010 Opening Day starting rotation: Kevin Millwood, Jeremy Guthrie, Brian Matusz, Brad Bergesen, and David Hernandez.  Determining the five-man rotation is just one personnel decision Dave Trembley needs to make before coming north.  Before Tampa on April 6th, we’ll [...]

Monday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

Monday’s PM Crab Cakes and Light Beer

March 29, 2010 |

The Swinging Bunt And then there were Four.  It seems like you can always go back.  The college basketball world will once again have its attention fixated on Indianapolis, IN, the site for next weekend’s Final Four.  The whole thing started 15 days ago in Indy at NCAA Headquarters when Dan Guerrero, Chair of the [...]