Still watching a ton of baseball, but football is just around the corner. It’s hard to keep a blog like this going basically as a one man show, but I’ll do my best when the playoffs roll around. I’ve been hard at work perfecting my newer and final blog project. If you haven’t checked it out already, I strongly suggest you get your ass over there.
Meanwhile in baseball, Mike Mussina’s carrer is over. The Reds are making a run with smoke and mirrors and just as I said, Dunner is ending up with MVP type numbers. The Cardinals aren’t dead yet and the NL Central is looking to be one of the best division races out there. The Yankees need to sweep the Red Sox, or they’re dead. The Indians are hanging tough over those pesky Tigers–who like their manager, they just won’t die. Marlboro’s can’t kill Jim Leyland, and nothing can seemingly kill the Tigers. The Angels and Mariners are locked up in a duel for the AL West and the Wildcard. The DiamondBacks look to make the playoffs on the strength of their power hitting rookie and newest addition to my fantasy team, Chris B. Young. Also as I predicted, the Mets are in line to win the NL East. The Phillies are still alive. Stay tuned.