Hope to follow Mets in 2016 with all there great players
Friday, January 29, 2016
Posted by Captain54 at 11:17 AM
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
dont have picture today but read in Paper Giants CB almost ready to play after bye week
that is 1st rder Prince Awinkura
stay tuned along with other Gints defenders coming back like Tuck and D will get better
Posted by Captain54 at 3:06 PM
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Havent blogged in 2 yrs so here it goes
My mother has kept me busy with her Parkinsons and somedays its not to pretty
My computer helps keep my sanity
Jets won needed game last night against a woeful Dolphins team,must Parcells doesnt have much say
On a brighternote Giants are infirst place after beating Bills 27-24
they got a rough stretch coming up after bye
they are playing there usual good early season football,this yr hopefully they dont fade
Posted by Captain54 at 8:15 PM
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Happy Turkey Day Everyone, gobble, gobble
mother isnt to bad this afternoon with the PD so far so good
almost time for medication
hopefully i can gets some rest so I can see Jets tonight,IM still a NY fan
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
havent posted anything in over a year .what a waste
now not only are Giants posed to be in playoffs but the Jets could win there division
what would hppen if both made it to the Super Bowl
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
All teams players are reporting to camp now after pitchers and catchers did last
Spring Is the time to get ready for all Ones Planting Needs. We will start by making a list of things we will need after the tilling is done and we have added any needed nutrients to the soil to improve the PH
Our list should be started with things we always plant and like such as Tomatoes,peppers, cucumbers and squash
Each year I then decide what didnt grow so well last year and do I want to gve it a try for another year
Sometimes One might have trouble with broccoli so they decide to try cauliflower instead
They didnt have a certain pepper do well so choose another variety,Maybe its spinach instead of
Whatever it may be there are enough varieties to choose from
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Pettitte disclosed the conversation to the congressional committee holding Wednesday's hearing on drug use in baseball, a person familiar with the affidavit said. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the document had not been made public.
According to the person familiar with the affidavit, who said it was signed Friday night, Pettitte also said Clemens backtracked when the subject of HGH came up again in conversation in 2005, before the same House committee held the first hearing on steroids in baseball.
Pettitte said in the affidavit that he asked Clemens in 2005 what he would do if asked about performance-enhancing substances, given his admission years earlier. According to the account told to the AP, the affidavit said Clemens responded by saying Pettitte misunderstood the previous exchange in 1999 or 2000 and that, in fact, Clemens had been talking about HGH use by his wife in the original conversation.
"We don't know what Andy said," Clemens' lead lawyer, Rusty Hardin, said in a statement e-mailed to the AP by his spokesman. "We look forward to hearing tomorrow."
The existence of the affidavit first was reported by The New York Times. The details of its contents were first reported by the AP.
The news came on the eve of Clemens' much-anticipated appearance to testify before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. His former personal trainer, Brian McNamee, is Wednesday's other main witness. McNamee told baseball investigator George Mitchell that he injected Clemens with steroids and HGH at least 16 times from 1998 to 2001. Clemens repeatedly has denied those allegations, including, he said, under oath in a deposition last week.
Pettitte also sat for a deposition at the beginning of last week, and had been scheduled to testify at the hearing. But he asked the committee to allow him to give an affidavit instead of appearing at the hearing, the person familiar with the document said. Pettitte was dropped from the witness list Monday.
McNamee also accused Pettitte of using HGH, and after the Mitchell Report's release in December, Pettitte acknowledged that he did.