Tee hee hee

The Red Sox game started 3 or 4 hours before the Lakers game started… so naturally the Lakers game is over and the Red Sox are still playing.

Oh, did I call it the Laker game?

I know my Celtics are down 0-2 in their series as well.
But it is one thing to be down 0-2 on the road.
It’s another thing to drop two on your own court.

Ahhhh to avoid seeing a Lakers threepeat.

OK, back to the Red Sox game, that might not EVER end.

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There’s a lot of sports going on today

There is a ton of baseball to watch.

Matt Cain is on the mound for the Giants.
The Blue Jays and Yankees are going at it.

The Indians are looking to continue their winning ways into May.

The Red Sox game is starting as they try to avoid a sweep by Seattle.

Phillies play the Mets later tonight.

Meanwhile my San Jose Sharks are looking to go up 2-0 in their series against the Red Wings.

And the playoff series people have been drooling for, the Heat versus my Celtics, starts today. (And that’s after Oklahoma City and Memphis square off THEIR Game 1.)

So which one am I watching?


I am off to the beach with my family.
It’s called priorities. It’s a beautiful Sunday in California.

(But if the Celtics make it back to the NBA Finals and the Sharks play for the Stanley Cup, my butt is parked on the couch.)

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Hey Cleveland fans! Don’t watch the NBA… support the Indians

Seriously. Don’t watch the NBA Playoffs. You will just grind your teeth and get angry. And haven’t you done that enough since the Browns won the 1964 NFL Title?

There is something fun happening at the Jake (or whatever the hell it is called now.)

Grady Sizemore homered today and if he is healthy, the Indians will plug an All Star into their lineup.

And guess what? The Indians have 10 wins already! Only the Royals and the Rangers have 10 wins in the American League. And here’s another thing to think about.

The Twins are having bullpen and health issues. The White Sox are a veteran team that can age in a hurry and have a shaky pen as well. And I think the Tigers are overrated and are playing sub .500 baseball.

What happens if that continues?
What if the Twins health derails them the way that injuries cut down the perennial playoff participant Red Sox and Angels last year?

What if the White Sox can’t get their act together all year?
What if the Tigers’ weaknesses are exposed?

None of those are outlandish scenarios.

Where does that leave the American League Central?

It leaves the Royals, stacked with young talent and the Indians.

Don’t look now, but the Indians are winning games that they don’t have to make up for later in the season. You aren’t dreaming, but the A. L. Central is winnable.

And if they make the playoffs, who knows?
Oh I am sure YOU had the Giants winning the World Series when the playoffs started in 2010!
I am sure YOU had the Phillies winning it when the 2008 playoffs kicked off.
No doubt when the post seasons of 2002, 2003 and 2006 began, you wrote Angels, Marlins and Cardinals in pen!

Start paying attention, Indians fans. This could be a very fun year.
Either way, there is at least hope.

You can’t get that watching the NBA playoffs this year.

Break out your Indians hat! Any one of them.

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