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It’s been close to two weeks since Mets GM Sandy Alderson spoke to a large group of season ticket holders. During that talk Alderson spoke of the team’s six-month plan and his belief that he would be able to make some significant acquisitions, either by free agency or trade, over the next several months. While these comments may have been comforting to a fan base suffering through another losing season, any ...
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The storylines out of this year’s Masters Tournament continued to mirror those that have developed across the PGA Tour over the past three or more years. While Tiger Woods may have ascended to number one status, the level of competition from throughout the globe has leveled the playing field and any number of players can win in any given week.
Despite the claims I made in last week’s article, Tiger Woods once again fell short on the game’s biggest stage. The ...Continue Reading → Share
The East End is heavily populated with Big East alumni, especially those who attended the seven Catholic universities that don’t play major college football. Finally St. John’s, Georgetown, Villanova, Providence, Seton Hall, Marquette, and DePaul have fought back in the melee that has become conference realignment. Within the last couple of weeks, these schools announced their plans to leave the Big East and pursue a new basketball venture. Most recently, ESPN has reported that the “Catholic Seven” has had preliminary ...Continue Reading → Share
The PGA Tour is now in its off-season, and as we discussed previously in this column, ratings were a dud for the majority of the year. Many attribute the poor ratings to the loss of Tiger Woods for three months due to an injured left leg, as well as uninspiring play when the sticks were in his hands. But Woods did end the season on a high note. He finished third at the Australian Open, helped the United States win ...Continue Reading → Share