Today I'm pleased to present another post from my good friend and fellow blogger, Gary Hailey (you may remember the post he did in February on the connections between football and hip hop). Gary is the author of the enlightening and popular blog, 2 or 3 lines (and so much more), which can be found at http://2or3lines.blogspot.com/. If you like music at all, you must check it out. You'll learn more than you thought you could about your favorite songs and artists from all genres and periods.
In addition to being a music lover, Gary is an ardent baseball fan. With the 2012 MLB season in, er, full swing, we're experiencing a bit of cross-sport synergy this week. I was also excited to see Gary's post because I, too, have a big crush on Tom Brady--though mine is more of the "If I weren't a married woman..." variety.
Anywho...enjoy and PLAY BALL!
|Albert Pujols celebrating with fans after Game 7 of the 2011 World Series|
Like the Orioles, the Redskins have morphed from being a model organization to being irrelevant. In recent years, both teams have been known for incompetent ownership, a revolving-door policy when it comes to hiring and quickly firing coaches and managers, and disastrous free-agent acquisitions. (Albert Belle, meet Albert Haynesworth.)