By nature, I am not a very political person. Don’t get me wrong, I have beliefs and I am very steadfast in those beliefs. But rarely do I share those beliefs with any but my closest friends.
Politics bore me and, when they do not bore me, they often infuriate me. I hate the games and the posturing and all that. There was a time in my life when I prescribed to a particular party, but now I vote with my heart and my gut. It’s just too hard for me to care most of the time.
All of this is important because right now I feel the need to say something, even if it is almost never the case. Continue reading →
Rangers Fan Fest was this weekend and a lot of interesting stuff came out of it. Quotes from Joe Nathan, Neftali Feliz, Alexi Ogando, Nolan Ryan, Josh Hamilton, and Ian Kinsler. A lot of interesting stuff that can be dissected in the coming days.
For now, though, let’s address a quote from Josh Hamilton. One that carries a lot of weight and will certainly come into play down the road. Continue reading →
Albert Pujols has been an Angel for almost a month and the coup that Anaheim pulled off in signing he and CJ Wilson on the same day was impressive.
These moves may significantly affect the AL West for at least a half-decade, so there will be plenty of time to look back at that day and decide what it actually meant for the baseball landscape going forward.
Today I want to talk about something else entirely. I want to talk about Deidre Pujols, Albert’s wife. Continue reading →