I know it has nothing to do with baseball, but have you seen the movie "The Goods"? Oh. My. God. It is terrible! It's taken me three nights to get through it and I am still not done.
That being said, I've managed to knock out an ESPN 30 for 30, a couple of episodes of Sons of Anarchy and the Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia season finale.
Now that the Winter Meetings are in the rearview mirror...the holiday season must be upon us.
gehrig38 (Curt Schilling): Love the snow!!
TommyLasorda (Tommy Lasorda): Happy Chanukah! Get ready to light the first candle of the menorah tonight.
GrillCheese49 (Jason Grilli): Ok. There is much debate and confusion w/ Christmas song Walking in a Winter Wonderland. Does anyone know who or what Parson Brown is?
ESPY_TEAHEN (Mark Teahen): Strongly underestimated the size of the Christmas tree before it was actually in the house.
NickSwisher (Nick Swisher): what are ya doing 2 help others in need this Christmas season? It's all about giving not about getting. This is the season to GIVE
Last week, Roy Halladay was all the buzz. Today it's John Lackey...with a little bit of Halladay thrown in for good measure.
Marc_Bertrand: According to my sources, Lackey is enjoying a pizza at Pizzeria Regina in the Nth End right now. I like this guy
Mr_Panek: not a fan of the Lackey deal at all
DWolf06: Red rover red rover send John Lackey right over
patriots44: My Red Sox get John Lackey!!!and Halladay is out of the AL East!!! Good Day for me.
EricStangel: Phillies get Roy Halladay, Mariners get Cliff Lee, Red Sox get John Lackey. Today Marlins bought rosin bags at Costco
Starting this week, The Hall is going to clue you in on what is going on in the mind of the 82 year-old Hall of Famer. Random thoughts, cell phone pictures from hotel windows, meet ups with celebrities and former players...that's all part of "The Wisdom of Tommy Lasorda".
This week's gem: When Mike Marshall hit balls it sounded like a canon firing. Many times I had to break out a tape measure.
Check out a picture Tommy and Mike HERE!
Earlier this week, it came out that Seth McClung was not going to be back in Milwaukee for the 2010 season. In a classy move, McClung hit Twitter and thanked nearly everyone involved with his tenure with the Brewers.
Something tells me that following him over the next couple of months might provide some insight as to how this crazy game works.
Have someone you think everyone should follow? Perhaps you yourself have read some interesting tweets in the past week…drop me a line or leave a comment below. See you next Tuesday!