Monthly Archives: March 2011

Opening Day

In Major League baseball today it is opening day for some teams. Yes March 31st is the first day for baseball play and it probably couldn’t be on a colder day all around the northern and eastern areas. In New … Continue reading

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Kevin McHale: Why he should never show his face in Minnesota

Kevin McHale is a Hall of Famer in the NBA, was the GM for the Minnesota Timberwovles, a coach for them, and now is an news caster for NBA TV. This guy supposedly put up tremendous numbers with the Boston … Continue reading

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The Fab Five

In honor of the Final Four coming up this week I thought I would talk about the Fab Five. For those of you who don’t know the Fab Five were five freshman that played for Michigan back in 1991 and … Continue reading

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There’s always one

You ever watch a game, whether it is basketball, baseball, or football, where you are just watching it just because it is an important game and it might be entertaining. Well I just got done watching the number one Kansas … Continue reading

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Baseball Fantasy Drafts- A breakdown

With Spring right around the corner, or “already here”, baseball season is coming up. The first real games actually start on March 31st, luckily Minnesota doesn’t have a home game until mid April, haha. Baseball drafts I think are getting … Continue reading

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Trying to make sense

Usually I don’t like talking about Global Warming, but I can’t make sense of what it actually is and if it really exists. This is how the scientist say it goes: the world is warming up so the ice caps … Continue reading

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Spring around the cornor?

I thought I would do a post since I haven’t done one for a good week or so since spring break has come and gone. I just want to talk about this time of the year and the season of … Continue reading

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