The Washington Commanders are bringing back their marching band after a two-year absence. Presumably, “Hail to the Redskins” is no longer on the playlist.
Best NFL “house band” ever, IMO? The Bob Kuban Brass at St. Louis Cardinals game at the old Busch Stadium. Fabulous cover of “Let’s Groove Tonight,” by EWF. Don’t mind if I do!
Pete Carroll says he doesn’t anticipate his Seahawks trading for another quarterback before the start of the season. I believe him. I’ve said all along he is comfortable with Geno Smith. Pete is at a point in his life and career where he wants to do it his way, and that means running the rock and playing defense.
Now you chuckin’ in there, Astros! Kyle Tucker with the game-winning RBI in a 3-2 home win over the Tigers. That’s four straight W’s.
Shohei Ohtani Ruth? Eleven K’s and two hits? One game? One man?
I guess the Mets were just lulling the Phillies to sleep until they posted a seven-spot in the ninth to erase a six-run deficit to win 8-7. I’m so glad that we have the Elias Sports Bureau to let us know that broke a string of 857 consecutive losses by MLB teams who were trailing by six runs or more in the ninth.
I’m not sure where the “line” is, but $40 million in gambling losses in four years is probably a “problem,” Phil.
Sergio Garcia says he can’t wait to leave the PGA Tour. So, what’s holding you up, man? The Saudis will love you.
Yes, the latest class of quarterback draft prospects was pretty underwhelming. But ultimately, I think four of them wound up in pretty good places for them. Pickett is a good fit in Pittsburgh, obviously. But Malik Willis will have a comfortable chance to develop in Tennessee, Matt Corral can let Sam Darnold take the heat in Carolina for awhile, and Desmond Ridder may end up being the starter in Atlanta before the end of the season. Sam Howell in Washington? That’s a project.