Fenway Park

As you may have noticed, I have been missing since last Thursday.  I’ve been up in Boston trying to find a job.  Lucky me, huh?

Hope you’ve been enjoying Weller’s links in my absence.

I realize that Matt Holliday, Freddy Sanchez, and Cliff Lee have now all found new teams but that’s not what I want to talk about.  The last night I was in Boston, I had on of those nights where the stars aligned and I everything went perfect.  Follow the jump to find out what happened. (Suspense!)

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Bob Johnson

I wrote about Bob Johnson for the Top 50 Vols countdown that we’re doing over at 3SIB. Check it out by clicking here.

Ed Molinski

I wrote about Molinski for the Top 50 Vols countdown that we’re doing over at 3SIB. Check it out by clicking here.

Nick Lamaison is a Vol

It’s official… again. I wrote a brief piece about it over at 3SIB. You can check it out by clicking here.


As many of you know, and probably saw, the ESPYs were on last night. For those of you that don’t know, the ESPYs is an annual awards show hosted by ESPN. This year Samuel L. Jackson hosted the show and did a pretty good job. There were funny parts and on the whole it went well but I think there have definitely been better ESPY nights in the past. We did get a small glimpse at what a day in the life of Peyton Manning is like, which was obviously my favorite part of the night. We also had some eye-candy on hand with two of my top three favorite super models being in attendance; Miranda Kerr and Marisa Miller. I would also like to add that Marisa Miller is a Vols fan, just to throw that out there.

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Tom Watson Is Still A Champ

APTOPIX Britain Open GolfI don’t really watch a whole lot of golf.  I’m not very good at it and I don’t think it’s that exciting, but occasionally I’ll get sucked in to the final round of a major.  This weekend’s British Open Championship was one of those times.

It started on Thursday when 59-year-old Tom Watson posted a 5 under 65 to tie him for second place.  I kind of figured he would fall off after that and fade into the back.  In the second round he remained tied for the lead and I started to wonder if he could finish the way he started.

In an odd twist, Tiger Woods missed the cut in a major for only the second time as a professional so the spotlight was all on Watson.

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Baseball’s Midway Point

So I meant to do this during the All-Star Break, but I got a little busy.  We’ll call this the mid-season plus a week review.  What I’m going to do is go back to the divisional previews that I wrote before the season and see how far off I was halfway through the year.

Should be fun, right?

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