Monthly Archive for August, 2007
Two out, top nine, two on. Jason Bryan strikes out swinging on a pitch in the dirt from Bridgeport’s Sean Fesh. It skips away from catcher Marcos Sanchez. Bryan runs to first. Sanchez tracks it down near the Bridgeport dugout and throws to first, where first baseman Jesse Hoorelbeke drops the throw, allowing Bryan to Read More
While the Bluefish grind this one out (between the teams, 17 runners left on in the first four innings)… One semi-new thing: Sergei Ogorodnikov won’t be coming to camp. “His choice,” Howard Saffan said. The Islanders will hang on to his rights. There were summertime rumors that the Islanders might buy him out. Sergei, a Read More
Vancouver introduces its new sweaters… it’s growing on me, but it’s just a little busy in the middle. One or the other, right? Stephen Wood signs with Trenton. Carolina announced its training camp roster, including Messrs. Nolan and Hamilton. Will have to check later for other camp rosters, or see if this is the first. Read More
When you’re talking to Tommy John, and he casually drops into conversation that someone is coming back from Tommy John surgery. Three pigeons circling around Rich Stieglitz’s camera stand during the anthem. Did they think it was a really long worm or something? I know this has been floating around, half of it on the Read More
The Sound Tigers debuted a Web site redesign today. Hershey will hold a Dennis Bonvie Night April 6. Bridgeport Barrage: 7-22 in three years. Philadelphia Barrage: Three championships in four years. Shake head.
That’s what’s left now before they load up the bus in anger, and they go up I-91, and we go up the Merritt to 91 (stopping for coffee, no doubt), and the Sound Tigers drop the puck on their seventh season at Hartford. Who’s ready?
Neat story. And just a note, if you care in the least about tennis or about Elsberry’s golf scores, that we’re bloggin’ from the CTC every day. The archives don’t work very well, but you can go back post by post to find out who’s the Swiss player who loses, who James Blake may be Read More
ESPN just showed Maxim Afinogenov in the crowd. I guess he’s going with Elena Dementieva. Anyway, hopefully the note got in the paper: As commenter noted and I was probably finding on the RSS at the same time, Kevin Colley will be Utah’s assistant this year. Will be nice to have him back. Edit: The Read More