Monthly archives: April, 2017

Our Meeting with Kosar, Byner & Mack

Back in the 80’s, the Cleveland Browns were great. Not the stumbling, losing, wait-til-next-year team of late, but truly a fantastic team. Bernie Kosar, Earnest Byner and Kevin Mack are three of the all time greats from that era. 

What If?

The NFL draft is coming up this Thursday, and talk of the draft is making us wonder…what if?

Saturday Spitballin’ with Andy: The Wabash Way

You may have heard of the tiny college mentioned in the title: Wabash College. It’s also highly likely that you haven’t. Maybe because it’s an all-male, liberal arts institution with less than 900 current students. If you’re thinking “holy crap that’s smaller than my high school” you aren’t alone. And yet, what occurs at this …

The Youngstown Phantoms  

Tonight’s Friday night date night took a different turn from the usual dinner out, listening to Bob Harris or Jeff Mans, and watching the Indians, Cavs or a show we recorded on DVR. We are in downtown Youngstown at the Covelli Center watching the Youngstown Phantoms take on the Chicago Steel in the Clark Cup …

Keep the Chief!

Chief Wahoo has been a Cleveland Indian since 1947.  For several years, at the beginning of baseball season, protestors try to ban him from the MLB.  Their efforts are paying off, and he is slowly being phased out.  While we want to remain respectful and understanding of those who think differently than we do, we …

Rose Makes the Wall of Fame

It might not be Cooperstown, but it is another step forward for Pete Rose. The Philadelphia Phillies announced two days ago that Rose will be inducted into their Wall of Fame on August 12th.  

My Masters Sunday – by Don

I am not the writer of the family, but here we go anyway. Sally was out of town Sunday which left me home alone on what some consider one of the greatest Sundays in sports. The Final Round of the Masters is always one of my favorite things to watch. But, little did I know …