Archive for August 28th, 2013

Commentary isn’t going to say much today because I am experiencing major technical issues with my computer. It is on life support and I’m on a back-up.

Speaking of, did the ‘Stros have any African-Americans in the first ever Opening Day line-up back in 1962?

It is probably a good thing not to talk about Cacagate up in Austin. The DPS continues to step in it.

In the hard copy of the Chron today you can find probably the best Op-Ed of all time – kind of. It is the reprint of the “I Have a Dream” speech. Nice job Chron.

I hope the talking heads don’t try to compare The President’s speech today if you know what I mean.

Happy Birthday today to Matty D of the ‘Stros!

Left fielder Jim Pendleton of course was the only African American in the starting line-up for the ‘Stros on Opening Day in 1962. He went 1-4 with 1 RBI.

I don’t have much to say about another bullpen collapse and another one run loss.


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