Joe Bianchino is a producer with 104.5 The Team. He grew up in the Capital Region and is an avid fan of all sports, including hockey, baseball, football, soccer and horse racing. He is a die-hard Giants, Yankees and Rangers fan.
The Jets' free agent signings didn't come as quickly or as furiously as we'd all expected, but they did come with star power; wide receiver Eric Decker, running back Chris Johnson, and quarterback Michael Vick each joined gang green in 2014
Make no mistake, people, this civilization of ours is going straight to hell.
Damn kids today with their Facebooks and their mall loiterings and their Dan Fogelbergs. They don't know anything about respect. Back in the good old days, when this plane of ours wasn't on fire and plummeting out of the sky, kids knew a thing or two about responsibility.
It was one horse, and the rest of the field, they said.
And this time, they got it right.
Because shortly after the field turned for home, one horse separated himself from that field, and crossed the wire alone - announcing to the world that though he's not a blue-blood, he's every bit as good.
That California Chrome will shine brightly tonight in Louisville as the 140th winner of the Kentucky Derby.
If we're being honest with ourselves, we know that 20 horses in one starting gate is pure lunacy.
But it's the Kentucky Derby, and on Derby day, lunacy is sublime. Absurd hats, copious amounts of breath freshening plant infused alcohol, aggressively white suits, twenty horses, and millions of dollars
Are you a Mets fan? Are you a "True New Yorker"? Have you signed the team's petition to let the world know you are? Did you even know the Mets had a petition to help you tell the world? Are you having a hard time believing any of this is real?
They have long memories and short tempers. Taking everything personally, they’re biased, easily offended, and reluctant to forgive.
They love to be angry.
Which, perhaps, is why Yankee fans, whom I count myself among, will boo Robinson Cano mercilessly throughout his return to the Bronx this week – the second baseman having bolted the Bombers this offseason for Seattle’s $240 million.
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