Great job everyone. All of you sounded great. Hank needs to take a Mulligan next time he is on the course. ;)
Please keep up the great work everyone. I am very proud of all of you. Keep making the show strong.
I took more than one... I hit an alligator on the 11th, and he wasn't happy.
So I took a little guff from my in-laws (why is he on the cell phone on the golf course) but it was all good in the end... they picked up my ball and gave me a two-putt.
I am listening to the rest of the show right now. Mr. Denholm did a great job in the booth. Hope he comes back.
Daniel - just listened to your segment and I have to disagree with you. (SURPRISE...) but you really think you had three points from start to finish???? You were a man up for the whole second half and you didn't start controlling the game until the last 12 minutes.
I thought the first half was pretty even despite the goal from Altidore (which was very well taken). Castro did you a favor by getting himself thrown out of the game, and you couldn't capitalize. If you had played the whole half the way you did the last 12 minutes you would have won the game easily...but your boys were sitting on a one goal lead and were willing to let it ride.
I do have to say I watched the game through MLSNET... and thought Shep did a good job. Specifically on his Shep Unplugged segment....classic Shep - "Let the LA Galaxy fold and put their money into supporting the real LA team, Chivas". But he gave Shalrie some good props too.
Nice to see Tina Cervasio who was a relatively big success here in Boston with the Red Sox take a step back to cover the Red Bulls (I am sure not as big a television market than the Sox). I am sure she would much rather be covering the Mets, but probably is just happy to have her foot in the door at this point.