Notes from Ness (August 4)

As I’ve said so many times, “fortunes change very fast in MLB.” Just the latest examples are the current destinations of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Dodgers won 3-0 last night in Greg Maddux’s team debut (six innings and no hits!) And enter the weekend with the longest active winning streak in MLB (six in […]

Boston should add two reds to the Red Sox

Two of the best baseball players of the past two decades who grew up in Cincinnati have enjoyed the team’s success in red hats and leggings, which should have excited fans in their hometown. Unfortunately for those in Queen City, these favorite sons became stars not for the Reds, but for the Red Sox. Current Boston sensation Andrew Benintendi was […]

How to cure a yeast infection in a young child?

Yeast infection in a young child often begins with diaper rash. Diaper rash is quite common and usually clears up in 3-4 days. It can be easily treated with diaper rash cream. If you find that the rashes do not go away after 3-4 days and the rashes are still bright red, your toddler may be suffering from yeast infection. […]

From a church bell to a lighthouse (Point Wilson)

ON June 20, 1878, Congress allocated $ 8,000 for a fog and light signal, but only the fog signal was built as the money was not enough for both. On March 3, 1879, an additional $ 12,000 was allocated for the station. On September 1, 1879, a twelve-inch steam whistle was put into operation and installed inside a signal building, […]

2008 Arizona Cardinals Outlook

The Arizona Cardinals will play their 89th season with the NFL this year, along with their 21st season in the state of Arizona. The Cardinals finished their 2007 season with a score of 8-8; far from transcendent, but actually a notable improvement over 2006, where they finished last in the NFC West with a 5-11 record. This year will be […]

NY Giants: Keys to Success Against the Colts

The time is drawing near, there are only four days left until the first Sunday of the NFL season. The season actually starts on Thursday, but with Ben Roethlisberger injured, that showdown is far from intriguing. With a healthy Roethlisberger, I’d say this game would be on the Steelers bag, but I can’t say I have much confidence in Charlie […]

Big deals within the division have always been a part of baseball

As the trade deadline approaches, most announcers are naturally discussing completed and potential transactions in Major League Baseball. During a game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins, the announcers had just received the news of a great trade that had been completed. The Orioles had traded Zack Britton to the New York Yankees, prompting the television analyst […]