Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Phillies Panamanian looks to revisit Presidential Palace
- He wants another invite to Palacio de las Garzas.
- after the Phillies won the World Series in 2008.
- with another Panamanian, Mariano Rivera, on the mound for the final out.
- “Hopefully we can get back to the World Series and win it,” Ruiz said Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. ...
- from CSNPhilly.com by Jim Salisbury, "Inked: Carlos Ruiz signs 3 year extension"
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Papelbon mentions Mo
- ""Deep down in my heart, I would love to finish my career
- but that's a very, very hard thing to do in this day and age...Hopefully it
- works out to where I can stay here for a while and win World Series and break records in a Red Sox uniform
- Words of Jonathan Papelbon, RedSox.com, 1/21/10,
Saturday, January 16, 2010
At Cubs Convention, talk of Mo's special chair
- MLB.com: "Back to the chairs. During the (Cubs) fan session, someone said
- "We'll get 'em some lounge chairs and some pina coladas," (Lou) Piniella quipped.
The fan pointed out that closer Mariano Rivera has a special chair in the Yankees' bullpen.
- "If we had Rivera over here," Piniella said, "he'd have his own special chair."
- No controversy there."
Friday, January 08, 2010
It's official: Mo breaks more bats per capita
- If you seek the 'broken bats' stat, STATS has the answer:
- ‘On a per-batter basis, Mariano Rivera breaks more bats than anyone else.
- That’s exactly how nasty his stuff is.’”"...
- STATS revolutionizes sports statistics by sweating the small stuff," by Jake Malooley (item at end of article)
Westchester business network event at Mo's Grill
- is located at 14 Memorial Highway in New Rochelle.
Thursday, January 07, 2010
Baltimore Ravens closers compared
- "When the Ravens defense gets a lead it closes out like Mariano Rivera.
- Baltimore is 9-0 this season when leading after three quarters."...
Friday, January 01, 2010
Mariano Rivera MVP of his era-Eckersley
- "In discussing Mariano Rivera’s quiet type of team leadership with the Yankees,
- Dennis Eckersley, puts it this way: “There is such security to knowing that he’s there… which in turn says
- this guy is the most valuable player of the era and of his team…
- as valuable as any player
- who has ever played.”"
Labels: Eckersley-Rivera MVP of his era