Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Tuesday Quick Hitters

Adrian Beltre and Stephen Drew each hit for the cycle yesterday.....first time in 88 years that two players hit for the cycle on the same day.

Dustin Pedroia helped the Sox get past the Orioles.

Cliff Lee picked up win number 20 as the Indians dropped the ChiSox into a tie with the Minnesota Twins.

The Diamondbacks picked up some help over the weekend as they beat St. Louis and remain 2.5 games up on the Dodgers.

Ben Sheets went down with an injury as the Brewers fell to the Mets.

A-Rod and the Yankees, hoping to somehow make the playoffs, outlasted the Tigers.



Despite 4 turnovers, UCLA continued the upset trend from this weekend.

Clemson, Pitt, and Va. Tech were the other top 25 teams going down at the hands of the unranked.


Number 2 ranked OSU could be in trouble as they head into their meeting with USC on the 13th.

Also hit by the injury bug were Auburn and Mizzou while 2 OU players were reportedly involved in an altercation.

Outside of Mizzou/Illinois and Utah/Michigan, the rest of the weekend was filled primarily with blowouts.

Maine was on the losing end of one of those blowouts.



Both Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are set to start week 1.......we think, and the fans for their respective teams hope so.


The Ravens handed the keys to the offense to a rookie.


The Oakland Raiders continue to stockpile discarded receivers and are possibly interested in another.


Former Pats S Eugene Wilson was released by the Bucs....could Minny be his next stop?

Ocho Cinco says he is good to go.

Jags T Richard Collier is fighting for his life after being shot early Tuesday morning.

The Pats sign CB Deltha O'Neal who was released early by the Bengals.

Initial injury reports for the upcoming Redskins/Giants game are out.....by the way, isn't it about time for a name change controversy in DC?

The Lions added Rudi Johnson to their backfield.

Meanwhile in KC, players their "feel good" going into the opener....translation: they heard the rumor Brady may be out and Matt Cassel is still the back up.

The four letter network released their "experts'" picks.

New England fans had a few questions about the Pats' recent roster moves.

1 comments:

Central Maine Sports Blog said...

OSU is in bog trouble even if Chris Wells plays. This gives them an excuse to lean so that when they go back to the national title game people can say "but they didn't have Wells".

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