Tuesday, December 21, 2010


There's not too much happening, so just a couple of quick comments.

It appears more and more certain every day that Andy Pettitte is going to retire. That means the Yankee rotation consists of The Fat Man, The Wild Man, The Kid and two rookies. Seems like we tried that 'two rookies' thing a while back. It didn't work too well, if memory serves. I wonder if Mike Mussina is busy?

For those of you still upset about the Yankee ticket prices, at least you're not paying what our 'esteemed' Governor Patterson paid for 5 tickets to a playoff game this year: $62,125. That comes to $12,425 a seat, hot dogs not included. Actually, $60,000 of that was his fine for not paying for the tickets in the first place. The Governor learned a very important lesson: Don't Mess With The Steinbrenners!

In keeping with this year's disappointments, the NY football Giants found a way to break my heart Sunday. Coach Tom Coughlin's reaction was to chew out the rookie punter on the field. Hey Tom, what about those 10 veteran defensive players who acted like punt-returner DeSean Jackson had typhoid?

It's just a guess, mind you, but I think Brett Favre is going to retire after another beat-down last night. I wonder if there's any truth to the rumor that he's signed to make one of those "I've fallen and can't get up" commercials. No , that's not the Cialis one.

Dwight Perry is on vacation and life just isn't the same.


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