Sunday, April 29, 2012
The NFL Draft was this weekend, and it was interesting to say the least. Andrew Luck, the most praised player coming out of college since John Elway in 1983, was picked #1 overall by the Indianapolis Colts. Robert Griffin III, the Heisman Trophy winner, was picked at number 2 by the Washington Redskins. Trent Richardson was picked at number three by the Cleveland Browns. The draft was quite uneventful, most of the picks seemed previously choreographed, and, although there were some interesting picks, the draft was uneventful. Until the actual football games start, and I am anxiously awaiting them, I will try to be in baseball mode.
Monday, April 23, 2012
I am sorry I haven't posted anything in over two months, I have been very busy. Baseball season has begun. The Red Sox celebrated their 100th Anniversary last Friday against the Yankees, but unfortunately for Red Sox fans, the Yankees won 6-2. Philip Humber of the White Sox threw a perfect game on Saturday against the Mariners, which was just the 21st perfect game in MLB history. The Giants won the Super Bowl, 21-17 over the Patriots. Kentucky won the NCAA Basketball Championship earlier this month, they beat Kansas in the final, 67-59. Bubba Watson won the Masters at Augusta earlier this month as well. The Stanley Cup Playoffs are going on currently, and the NBA Playoffs will be beginning soon as well.