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This Day In Sports – May 6th

This Day In Sports – May 6th

1903 – The Chicago White Sox committed 12 errors against the Detroit Tigers. 1915 – Babe Ruth hit his first major league home run while playing for the Boston Red Sox. The game was also his pitching debut. 1921 – The American Soccer League was formed. 1925 – Ty Cobb hit his 5th homerun in […]

This Day In Sports – May 5th

This Day In Sports – May 5th

1904 – The third perfect game of the major leagues was thrown by Cy Young (Boston Red Sox) against the Philadelphia Athletics. It was the first perfect game under modern rules. 1922 – A contract was awarded to New York’s White Construction Co. for the construction of Yankee Stadium I. 1925 – Everett Scott (New […]

This Day in Sports – May 4th

This Day in Sports – May 4th

1871 – The first game of the National Association of Baseball Players was played. Fort Wayne beat Cleveland 2-0. 1929 – Lou Gehrig hit three consecutive home runs. 1954 – The first intercollegiate court tennis match in the U.S. It was between Yale and Princeton. 1954 – The Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals set […]

Question of the Day – ESPN

Question of the Day – ESPN

Five fairly well named personalities (Curt Schilling, Brad Nessler, Trent Dilfer, Mike Tirico, and Skip Bayless) have or are leaving ESPN. There are many opinions as to what’s going on at ESPN, but I’m curious Gabbers, what’s your take as to what’s going on over there?

NBA Gone Fishin – Out West 1st ...

NBA Gone Fishin – Out West 1st Round

The West was weaker this season, of that there is no doubt, and we thought that it would be an easy trip for the top four to the second round, but karma and injuries took the Clippers out, while dysfunction got Houston, injuries impacted Memphis.  Meanwhile, Dallas was inexplicable in their loss. Houston (Lost to […]

This Day in Sports – May 3rd

This Day in Sports – May 3rd

 1936 – Joe DiMaggio (New York Yankees) made his major league debut. He got three hits. 1938 – Lefty Grove got the first of a record 20 consecutive wins. 1951 – Gil McDougald (New York Yankees) became the fifth player to get 6 RBIs in an inning. 1969 – U.S. President Nixon attended the Kentucky […]

Gone Fishin, first round NBA East

Gone Fishin, first round NBA East

Unfortunately the season ended for these four teams, but I gotta say that in my opinion the East is getting much, much better and these four teams have the ability to step their game WAY up next season. Detroit (swept by Cleveland).  This playoff series they were young and facing a marquee team in Cleveland […]

May in sports

May in sports

Welcome to May my friends.  How unbelievable is it that we are already one-third of the way through 2016?  As we now start drifting ever closer to Summer, I’ve already had the BBQ working, but am looking so forward to doing that even more, and I hope to learn some new recipes. What’s going on […]

Book Review – Allison Leotta...

Book Review – Allison Leotta’s The Last Good Girl

The Last Good Girl By Allison Leotta Touchstone / Simon & Schuster Inc Release Date: May 3rd, 2016 It was his word against hers…until she disappeared. When Emily Shapiro accuses the scion of a rich and well connected family of raping her inside his college fraternity, she sets in motion the by now all too […]

NASCAR UPDATES & OTHER FAST STUFF...

NASCAR UPDATES & OTHER FAST STUFF 5-1-16

Happy first day of May. Cinco De Mayo should be here soon. Mayonnaise for everyone. Welcome Gabbers and others to my NASCAR Updates & Other Fast Stuff. Got to write myself a post it note for car inspection this month. The wheels on the car go round and round you know. I need to weed […]

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