Thursday, September 17, 2015

Can You Believe It!

MLB Night 

  1. Cubs at Pirates                             No
  2. Athletics at White Sox                 No
  3. Marlins at Nationals                     No
  4. Royals at Indians                          Yes
  5. Blue Jays at Braves                      Yes
  6. Orioles at Rays                             Yes
  7. Astros at Rangers                         Yes (Brooms were joyously lofted at Globe Life Park).
  8. Cardinals at Brewers                   Yes
  9. Angels at Twins                            Yes
Friday Forecast - September 18, 2015
  1. St. Louis at ChiCubs               St. Louis
  2. Miami at Washington              Miami
  3. Boston at Toronto                   Toronto
  4. Kansas City at Detroit             Kansas City
  5. NY Yankees at NY Mets       NY Mets
  6. ChiSox at Cleveland               Cleveland
  7. Baltimore at Tampa Bay         Baltimore
  8. Philadelphia at Atlanta           Atlanta
  9. Seattle at Texas                       Texas
  10. Cincinnati at Milwaukee         Milwaukee
  11. LA Angels at Minnesota         LA Angels
  12. Oakland at Houston                Houston
  13. San Diego at Colorado           San Diego
  14. Pittsburgh at LA Dodgers      Pittsburgh
  15. Arizona at San Francisco        San Francisco

Friday Night Lights (High School Football)

  1. My Plano East Panthers launch an attack on Plano West at Kimbrough Stadium. Go East!
  2. My son’s high school defeated Frisco Heritage 54-33 last night.
  3. Hubby’s McAllen Memorial High Mustangs took on the Edinburg North Cougars in a Thursday night meeting. I'll let you know how that one turned out.
  4. Mama’s alma mater Lincoln High School (Dallas, TX) plans to defeat Carter High School. 
  5. Daddy’s alma mater Manual Arts High School (Los Angeles, CA) plays the Dymally Challengers last night. Let's go, Toilers!

NFL Recap

Well, butter some biscuits! How about the ending of the Denver-Kansas City game? I just KNEW the Broncos were out, then General Peyton tosses a TD pass to tie the score at 24-all. Ha ha ha, a few seconds later, Jamaal Charles is stripped of the ball, Bradley Roby is running in for a defensive TD, and the game is over. Just like that. Congratulations, General Peyton, on hitting the 70,000 yards mark for passing. He needs just over 1700 yards this season, and he tops Brett Favre.

Lady Grid out.

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