One month into the season and things are just beginning to take shape.
The Barry Bonds watch, hunt, chase, and escapade has cooled while Barry takes
a break and adjust to this new unprecedented level of pressure.
Mind and body go hand in hand.
the game moves on. Alex Rodriguez is swinging a hot a stick and is hovering
around the .300 mark. Somethings never change. Yankee fans are lucky to have
a front row seat of yet another future Hall Of Famer. Alex is the complete package.
Look for the Yankees to catch fire this month. Spring is slowly moving towards
summer and some players only get it going when it's warm baby!
I feel ya. The White Sox seem to have picked up where they left off.
It's to early to runaway with it but the swagger is right. Vazquez is looking
strong and was near flawless in his two hitter this week. The Sox have won
9 of their last 10 games.
Boston threatens an early season run for the stretch.
We all know, you wake up one morning It's July
and you wonder how did we get 10 games out?
RedSox fans are hungry for another shot at it. Believe me
once you taste victory you begin to crave it. It is an acquired
taste. King Crab anyone?
The A's an Angels hook up this weekend and the series will
produce the early season favorite for the AL West crown.
My bet is the A's will win the series and the AL West this
year. The A's pitching once again is the advantage. Look
for Zito to get in rhythm in May.
The Mets sure look impressive. This is going
to be a highly contested battle in the NL East.
While the Mets are marking their territory,
the Braves pitching is locking in. We have all the
classic makings of a great divisional rivalry. Former
teammates and the north versus the south.
Southern hospitality versus the big city slickers.
The Mets and Braves is baseball at it's summertime best.
The Cubs are in striking distance early on and should
give Houston all the fight they can stand this season.
Look for others to step up while Lee recovers. The Cubs
will be there fighting it out in September.
The Giants will win the NL West. While Barry is mending
and finding his groove the Giants still occupy the top spot.
I don't see the other clubs having the eye of the tiger
that it takes to whip veterans when it counts.
They don't won't it. So the Giants will gladly take it.
Question, when will the NL managers get the guts to pitch
to Barry Bonds? They say he's old and on the decline. Ok, then
pitch to the man!!