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Monday, May 19, 2008

No-No? Yes, Yes!

Two years ago, Jon Lester was a promising young pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. But late in the season, he was diagnosed with a rare form of non-hodgkin's lymphoma.

Just six months later, after several rounds of chemo, I saw him at spring training, working out with the minor leaguers... and he looked great. Only a little more than a year after his diagnosis, he pitched the World Series clincher for the Red Sox.

Tonight, I caught something even cooler-- flipping to ESPN just in time to see him cap off a no-hitter for the BoSox at Fenway Park. Yeah, no-hitters are always pretty special... but this one definitely felt a little more significant.


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Saturday, May 10, 2008


For the first time since Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann stopped doing "The Big Show" more than a decade ago, there's finally another reason to watch Sportscenter on ESPN: Don Cherry.

I was convinced that ESPN had completely given up on hockey after the lockout. They Dropped "NHL 2Nite," and they showed more Major League Soccer highlights than NHL video during the regular season. This, however, is promising.

By the way... I don't want to name names... but guess who Don Cherry is predicting to win the Stanley Cup?


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