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Lance Armstrong has a lot of stuff going on right now . . .
According to this Associated Press article; “Armstrong clearly appears to be, at the very least, a person of interest”, within the latest Pro Cycling doping investigation.
I’m no Fortune Teller, but I would say the rest of Lance’s year might be a bit busy. — regardless if he rides Leadville or not.
Before this whole Grand Jury business gets rolling, I would like to reflect on how Lance and I spent our 2010 summer together: We were in Rotterdam, I had just finished an espresso, he was just beginning a 3642km bicycle race.
Thanks Lance. Those .4 seconds were magic.
This is a couple of days old, but still worth mention.
Roy Halladay pitched another full game on Wednesday . . . Held the D-Backs to two runs and tallied up more than 100 strikeouts. — Not really, he struck out nine batters — Halladay is a machine.
Classic and Awesome.
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Ed Note: This is the most conflicted I have been about posting something on this blog. Bob Gainey, Ken Dryden, The Rocket, Guy Lafluer, Russ Courtnall, Dickie Moore, Larry Robinson and The Hockey Sweater aside — The Habs can go F themselves.
This year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs has been, without a doubt, a massive surprise for anyone who has been cheering for, or against, my beloved Montreal Canadiens. I can only imagine how many hockey pools have been ruined, how many hearts broken, by the consistent shut down, opportunistic hockey that this team has played.
It doesn’t seem to matter what line is on the ice, they all play the same team game. Lots of heart. Oh, and that PK Subban kid is Awesome.
To be sure, Major League Baseball has more nicknames ‘than Rod Carew has hits’ (that was a loose paraphrase of a good Beastie Boys metaphor). . . But this is probably the best nickname in the history of the game. If you know of a better one, let me know.