Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Walder Recap (September 30, 2011)

– Manager Terry Francona may be on his way out in Boston. Francona achieved a 744-522 record in 8 seasons, including 2 world series rings, and their first in 87 years. He appears to be the scapegoat in Red Sox … Continue reading

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Operation Collapse: Successful

I am not one to rejoice in the pain of other sports nations a lot. I live in a city where the hockey team hasn’t won a cup since the sixties, the star player of the basketball team left for … Continue reading

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The Walder Recap (September 28, 2011)

– Predictions for MLB Wild Card Wednesday: Jon Lester (pitching on only 3 days rest) will continue his cold streak as of late tonight against Baltimore. Lester is 14-0 with a 2.33 era in his career vs the Orioles, but … Continue reading

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The Walder Recap (September 27, 2011)

– Good win by Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys last night over the Washington Redskins. Say what you will about Mr. Romo, but playing through injured ribs and a punctured lung is pretty gutsy. He may have his 4th … Continue reading

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3 things I learned from NFL Weekend (Sep 25-26)

1) THE DETROIT LIONS ARE NOW THE TEAM TO BEAT IN THE NFC NORTH It’s amazing that I could even write that line and be absolutely 100% serious, considering the Lion’s team that was put on the field one year … Continue reading

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Hello World of Blogging!! My name is Christopher Walder. I’m a 23-year-old broadcast journalism student who one day hopes to be a world-renowned sports writer/broadcaster. I love talking about sports. I’m very opinionated when it comes to sports. This blog … Continue reading

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