April 2009

Boston Red Sox – Streaky and Freaky

updated April 19, 2014by April 28, 2009

Hey, what’s up with the Boston Red Sox? I woke up from a dream where the Sox where running in 4th place in their division. Now I’m looking at a string of 11 wins and Boston riding the wave quite nicely. The streak includes a 3-game sweep of the hateYankees and continued yesterday with a dramatic […]

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Golf Tickets – Head South Young Man

updated April 19, 2014by April 26, 2009

 The hottest action in golf tickets in the month of May will be found down South. That makes sense since some places in the north atre still shaking off the effects of snow and ice. Take it from me, the south is where you want to be.  Starting the month off with a bang will be the […]

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Stanley Cup Playoff – Icy Love

updated April 19, 2014by April 24, 2009

For those of us exiled to the mountains of Afghanistan or the dusty plains of Iraq (I’ve seen both. Afghanistan is better.), the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are a distant dream. Strangely enough for a Louisiana boy however, with the MLB season getting underway and the NFL draft making major headlines of specualtion, the Stanley Cup […]

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Yankee Stadium Flop – But God Bless ‘Em Anyway

updated April 19, 2014by April 17, 2009

 After spending over a billion dollars to put together one of the grandest stadiums in any sport, much less Major league baseball, the New York Yankees opened their new venue with a resounding loss to the Cleveland Indians. It’s hard to pin the blame on any one aspect of the Yankees game, it was just […]

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Golf Tickets – Beyond The Masters

updated April 19, 2014by April 14, 2009

 The Masters turned out to be one heck of a show. The most affordable Masters in years yielded an unexpected champion in Angel Cabrera. Where do we go from here. Well, the schedule for great golf tickets marches inexorably on. The Month of April still has some great golf in store. You’ll find good times […]

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