Purdue lost to Notre Dame

I wasn’t able to watch the game yesterday, but from the score, it didn’t seem like much of a game to miss.

This season isn’t looking that good; maybe we can turn it around.

The Colts have the weekend off; they can really use it, as they haven’t been playing that well either.

Today’s the last two Yankees games of the season; last night’s game in Boston was postponed, so they are playing a double header today to make it up. I hope today’s games are like Friday’s blowout. Moose is pitching the afternoon game (going for his 20th win of the season) and Ponson is tonight’s pitcher. Here’s hoping for two more good games to take us out of the season the right way.

Even though today marks the end of the season, I think I’ll go back and start watching the games at the beginning of the season on MLB.TV. We were playing much better then, so it’ll make me feel better about this season. It won’t make up for the fact that we missed the playoffs this year, but at least I can try to forget. 🙂

Purdue wins! And so are the Yankees!

Man, that wasn’t a pretty win against Central Michigan, but it was a win!

With Purdue not playing as well as I hoped, and with all of the injuries to the Colts, I’m having a hard time getting into football this year. Maybe it’s because baseball season isn’t over yet. 🙂

This weekend’s the last series to be played in Yankees Stadium; that’s really sad, regardless of how nice the new stadium will be. So far, we’re sweeping the Orioles. And Jeter was able to pass Lou Gehrig’s hit count before the stadium’s torn down. That was nice to see.