This is the time of year that all kinds of sports books with all kinds of slants appear. For some they are “hot stove reading.” For others, they are part of the annual cycle – spring books. For your information and reading pleasure, herewith some to sample.
The New York Yankees
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I had a chance to take in a few games yesterday and here are some of the highlights. They’re all 2018 draft eligible with the exception of Hughes and Honka:
1) Andrei Svechnikov – 6-2, 188 – RW - He had a pretty goal on a one-timer. He really looks good
With baseball paying out bigger and bigger salaries and the sport continuing to expand its global reach, it is mind-boggling and consciousness-raising to flash back to its simpler times and simple origins as a professional sport, a time of the Cincinnati Red Stockings - baseball's first professional team.
Attorney Aaron B.
Earlier this season there was a lot of “talk” around how much better Nico Hischier was compared to Nolan Patrick. The Devils had a shot at both and chose the Swiss player first overall. The Flyers chose the Canadian with the second overall pick in 2017. Patrick started out slow
In honor of the Eagles big win, defensive end Chris Long generously gifted bottles of Crown Royal XR to the entire 2018 squad. The bottles of $130 whisky come enclosed in blue velvet bags that were embroidered to reflect the team’s achievement.
Long had the following to say about their accomplishment:
I got an exclusive with the goalie back in 2008 before the draft. He was drafted by the San Jose Sharks and then he went on a sojourn that eventually saw him making his NHL debut in Florida. He's started six games and has appeared in eight. He's now won
With the Super Bowl behind us thoughts turn in New England to perhaps the area’s most beloved sports team –the Boston Red Sox. Herewith for your reading pleasure, snippets about the Old Towne Team. Enjoy.
MEL PARNELL: I was 25-years old in 1947 when I went to spring training at Sarasota,
Cris Collinsworth derailed the broadcast to the point that a lot of people wanted to turn off the sound. It seemed for the larger part of this game he was on the wrong side of the coverage.
He was wrong on every review, now the NFL is a partner in that
The New York Jets won Super Bowl III when I was five. I think it was on in my house but nobody seems to remember. I was aware of it and Joe Namath was my favorite quarterback as a result. As with most kids I thought this kind of winning