Wednesday, May 23, 2007


Hey Peeps and anyone else checking in. A special "Hey" goes out to Hazel Mae.

Last night I told you about the SenaTards whining about how Canadian hockey fans haven't shown them the love and gotten behind them. For the last time SenaTards - the Maple Leafs are Canada's hockey team. Heck, even Miss Canada chose a Leafs jersey when asked to done a "traditional" outfit from her home country at the Miss Universe pageant - ladies and Inga Skaya. Just another example of why being a member of Leaf Nation rocks.

We're really pressed for time today - so a quick post this morning.

The Ducks finally got it done last night, beating the Wings by a 4-3 count to win the series in six games (didn't we tell you?). The Ducks looked to be in control after two periods, taking a 4-1 lead into the third, but a few brain farts on their part allowed the Wings back into the game...the Wings had a chance to tie it up with a power play late in the period, but J.S. Giguere came up big for the boys in black. So its the Ducks and Tards - finally; series starts next Monday thanks to NBC (which can't upset the Ducks too much). You know who we are picking...we'll tell you why in the next couple of days.

Of note in the majors - good news for both Red Sox

Boston got a three-run HR from Manny Ramirez in the first inning and never looked back on their way to a 7-3 win over Mike Mussina and the Yankees. The Sox got a decent outing from starter Julian Tavarez who pitched 5.2 innings for the win.

Red Sox West, in the midst of a four game losing streak, got a solid outing from lefty Randy Wolf and a two-run HR from Canadian boy Russell Martin en route to a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers...Dodgers fans say "FINALLY".

Anaheim Ducks G J.S. Giguere made 26 saves yesterday, including four huge saves in the final period when the Wings were coming in waves to preserve the Ducks lead and pick up the win.

Red Sox West P Randy Wolf pitched seven solid innings for the good guys yesterday, limiting the Brewers to two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out four.

Minnesota Twins 1B Justin Morneau had two HRs and five RBI to power the Twins to a 7-1 win in Texas last night. Honourable mention goes to P Johan Santana who struck out 13 over seven innings.

Tough night last night - going 2-2 but winding up - $65 for the biggie; we'll get back on track tonight.

San Francisco over Houston - we'll go with lefty Barry Zito tonight. Lay $100 on the Giants - $155.

Cleveland over Kansas City - the Indians dropped one last night to the Royals, expect them to get back in the win column with Cliff Lee going up against Scott Elarton.

Baltimore over Toronto - sorry Hazel, we're going with Steve Trachsel over Dustin McGowan. Lay $100 on the Orioles - $130.

Cincinnati over Washington - Kyle Lohse goes up against Jason Simontacchi, go with the Reds and lay $100 at - $170.

Don't second-guess yourself. A chance to make headway professionally will open up for you if you take the initiative and try something very unique. The livelier your approach, the more fascinated people will be with you. 5 stars

Hazel, I hope things are groovy in your world.

Song of the Day on Hazelspeeps - a great wake up song

Love Kills - Joe Strummer

Peesth Out...Buh Bye!


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