Unscripted Episode 17

Welcome back plebs! Just kidding, or are we? Anyway, Ben and Fredy are back with the people’s favorite game: Would you rather? We also discuss how we, and other people/cultures deal with death, we also get into the cycle of life and how to break it. Enjoy!

Also, listen on Spotify!

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4gWKRTJIBrpxCJfaPu8Hoa?si=PVpOyK42QpmjtuZFwKyZWQ

Overreactions from Red Sox Opening Day

Well, that certainly was a kick to the groin. The Red Sox, after going up 2 runs early on, got smacked upside the head by Seattle, losing 4-12. Not the best start, huh?

In just 3 innings of work, Sale gave up 7 runs on 76 pitches. Hector Velázquez didn’t do so hot, giving up 2 runs in just 2 innings. Listen, I’m not a fan of this game either, but there’s 162 games in a MLB season, this isn’t the end of the world! Continue reading “Overreactions from Red Sox Opening Day”

Celtics Post All-Star Break History

David Butler – USA Today Sports

The Celtics have been under the microscope in the East ever since they emerged as potential contenders again under Brad Stevens. They were obviously in a rebuilding stage when the Celtics parted ways with long time coach Doc Rivers, who saw only one championship with them in 2008. It did not come as a surprise when Brad Stevens, the former Butler head coach that brought the team to their first Final Four in school history, went 25-57 in his first year. The actual surprise was the Celtics never missing the playoffs every season after that. Brad Stevens is remarkable at utilizing the players he has and setting them up to succeed through well-crafted play calling. As his roster grew each year with more and more talent, he was able to improve their playoff success. With the All-Star break over and the playoff push in full effect, I wanted to see how the Celtics have fared in the past five years during this time; the pattern is surprising. Continue reading “Celtics Post All-Star Break History”

2018 World Series Champions

Mlb World Series Boston Red Sox At Los Angeles Dodgers
Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports

And just like that, the 108-win Boston Red Sox are World Champions!

What a season it was.  Even after winning 108 games, there were a far amount of questions going into the ALDS versus the New York Yankees.  Having won only one playoff game the last two seasons, could this team band together to win when it mattered? Could David Price come up clutch? Would the bats wake up when it mattered? Was Boston clutch enough? Continue reading “2018 World Series Champions”