Woo hoo! Another Penn State game on the I-95 corridor, that’ll be 3 out of 4 seasons to start the decade.
Archive for June, 2010
My PC is busted courtesy of a power surge, so I have not been able to blog too much of late. That situation might improve later this week. Some Washington Nationals observations in the meantime:
Ryan Zimmerman misspelled Stephen Strasburg’s first name in his latest Comcast SportsNet blog post:
Hopefully our team can get out of this [...]
Here we go again, spies getting busted near where I used to live. Parkside at Alexandria, your next!
The Washington Nationals head up to the wrong end of the B/W Parkway (that’s north nationals.com Nationals Enquirer) to face the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards for the final interleague series of the season. The good guys won the last series, held in Nationals Park, 2-1 when Josh Willingham hit a walk off homer in [...]
Alice Cooper & Muppets FTW
Remember when I said I would end my boycott of Camden Yards for one game if MASN fired Rob Dibble? Well, they did not except my olive branch. Dibble is still on MASN and Washington Nationals fans are poorer for it. The latest example came (via DC Sports Bog) yesterday:
I agree with Ray Knight on [...]
I provide a link about Penn State joining the Big Ten and make fun of Bo Schembelcher.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Okay, who made from of the Brian Bannister article in Tuesday’s USA Today? The one where he talks about using extensive stats to help him maximize his mediocre talent? Just as I feared, it was a reverse lock yesterday.
Yesterday evening, before almost 32,000 fans in Nationals Park, the Kansas City Royals starter [...]
2010-2011 Washington Capitals schedule has been released. They open at the Atlanta Thrashers on Friday, Oct. 8. The home opener is the next night against the New Jersey Devils, starting the La Coupe Hauxer (new Web site!) season as well. Speaking of La Coupe Hauxer, it is coming home! This Saturday, we’re having our annual [...]
I guess things are getting back to normal in NatsTown. There are apparently plenty of tickets to Stephen Strasburg’s third Nationals Park start. The Washington Nationals ace, fresh off his first no decision is about to experience his first “typical” summer day in D.C. The temperature for tomorrow’s 4:35 p.m. will be over 95° F. [...]