Author Archives: LPick

Love & Baseball

Major sporting events tend to be a catalyst for every cliche, cheesy or emotional quote in the English language. To name a few: “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on.” — Robert … Continue reading

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Losing’s Never Felt so Good

Victory via defeat. Sounds impossible, but it describes my Monday night. We’ll start with the obvious: the Washington Nationals. After losing 2 out of 3 in St Louis (by huge margins and horrible performances by our starting pitching), the silver … Continue reading

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1-0

NFL week 1 is over, and this girl is 1-0 in her fantasy league. That may seem like no big feat, but in many offices around the country (including my own), fantasy football is a male dominated activity. So I’m … Continue reading

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Fantasy Week 1

It’s that time of year again, when my attention is split between baseball and college football. This year provides a couple of twists: a) my baseball team could quite possible win their division and b) I’m in a fantasy football … Continue reading

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Will Davey ever get Ejected?

In the last few weeks, I recall commenting to my fiance that Davey Johnson never gets ejected. I’m not one who watches baseball for the fights, (I enjoy baseball, not hockey) and I’m typically not a fan of players who … Continue reading

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Werthless Phans

The Nationals certainly have much to celebrate; their first month of play has been highly successful, and the future looks bright. It’s too bad I didn’t write about that in the last month, before the events of last night. I … Continue reading

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Countdown til Opening Day: #4–Ramos’ Return

In a previous post I mentioned that one of the biggest advantages to working in tv is having 2 tv’s at your desk. Another is getting updates from the wire services continuously throughout the day. This is helpful when the … Continue reading

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