Archive for March, 2010
As the saying goes, no lefty reliever stays unemployed for too long. After telling reporters he would not sign a minor league deal after his release from the Milwaukee Brewers earlier this week, Scott Schoenweis signed a minor league deal. With the Red Sox. Not that anyone would blame him. According to NECN.com, Boston is [...]
From Len Berman‘s Friday email blast: S.L. wants to know if I’m working on a Passover-related Top 5. He suggests the Jews trekking through the desert was the “longest marathon…. 40 years.” Editor’s Note: Just typical athletes where “bread” was the issue. And when I mentioned the Nets Jewish Family Night and facetiously suggested they should stage [...]
Brewers release Scott Schoeneweis
Madness” drawing to a close.
NJ-Sacramento game. Winners: Nets, Jewish fans
Junior Jice has scheduling conflicts for Pesach
This from Mike Florio on MSNBC’s ProFootballTalk blog: As we’ve mentioned once or twice, quarterback Tim Tebow‘s habit of openly expressing his religious beliefs could potentially rub folks the wrong way, especially in a locker room of grown men who choose to keep their beliefs to themselves, who don’t share his beliefs at all, and/or [...]
Reminder: Nets host Jewish Family Night
Ron “The Designated Hebrew” Blomberg comes back to New York.
(Kids, ask your parents/grandparents.) Ike Davis, the No. 4 rated prospect in the Mets system according to baseball America Prospect Handbook 2010, will probably begin the season in the minors, shuffling off to Buffalo in the International League (AAA). According to an item in today’s Star-Ledger, Mets manager Jerry Manuel “said he wouldn’t hesitate to [...]