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The NY-Penn League season is almost over. For the 3rd time in 4 years, the Tri-City Valleycats, affiliated with the Houston Astros, have reached the league championship series, after sweeping away Aberdeen, 2-0. According to an article on the team's website today, the LCS won't start until Tuesday vs. either top-seeded State College, the Pinckney division champ, or runner-up Jamestown.
The Valleycats, admittedly, might not have made it if not for a boneheaded decision by Aberdeen
On Monday, the New York Mets lost 2nd year ace Matt Harvey to an elbow injury, the 3rd starter to suffer the same injury in the last month. First, it was Jeremy Hefner, who won't be back until 2015 after Tommy John surgery. Then, it was Jenrry Mejia, who was coming back from TJ surgery, and will likely be back in time for spring training in 2014. Now, it's Harvey, and he's trying to be optimistic, hoping to return in time for the 2014 season. The Citi Field injury curse keeps hurting the orange
Lost in all the controversy in WWE surrounding the end of Summerslam on Sunday is the fact that Vince McMahon, showing once again how out of touch he is with his audience, essentially copied what TNA had done 3 nights earlier.
In case you missed Impact, and you probably did, TNA had their own underdog story come to an abrupt end. Chris Sabin, formerly 1/2 of the Motor City Machine Guns, had reached the top of the mountain after being sidelined for most of the last two years due to
Alex Rodriguez doesn't get it.
On Monday, his teammate, Francisco Cervelli, was, along with Rodriguez, suspended for using performance enhancing drugs (PED's). Cervelli, on the disabled list since late April, accepted his penalty without fuss or drama. The next time the Yankees see him, barring the playoffs, would be at Spring Training in Tampa next February.
Other players, including the Mets' Jordany Valdespin, Detroit's Jhonny Peralta, & Texas' Nelson Cruz, also
How do I know you're not sick?/You could be some deranged lunatic!
---Will Smith, aka the Fresh Prince, 1987.
The above line best describes WWE Chairman/CEO Vince McMahon, who will turn 68 next month. Over the last 11 years, McMahon has made a number of questionable decisions that under different circumstances would've torpedoed his corporate empire, but yet, it marches on, ever so slowly.
For the 2nd time in