We just got done talking about how having a bit of something on your person to improve grip isn’t that big a deal, or how it is up to the other team to call them on it, but are you kidding me with this? Continue reading
Andrew Wolinski, OV Sports’s resident jaded Mets fan makes his return to the pages of OVS to preview the 2012 baseball season. He will get to some thoughts from around the league, looking at a couple of changes and some potential contenders, and make a few predictions (with a world series winner that could suprise a few people), but really after looking at the state of his Mets, he just wishes that it was 2013 already.
With the Sox finally above .500, I can’t say I told you so, since I held off writing about them until this point. I can say that I knew we were going to be fine. To celebrate the break even point, though, it is time to take a look back at the Sox poor start and explain why they will be fine going forward.
Alright, spring sports, I’ll admit it.
The fact is, I have neglected the sports that signal the melting of snow and the blooming of flowers, and other things that you feel like saying when you write while watching The Masters. But I’m ready to come back.