Yankee game is on TV this afternoon.
Chad Jennings does a nice job of recapping the Andy Pettitte story over at Lo-Hud. And here is more from Ken Rosenthal.
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Hey, How Green Was My Valley is about WALES, not Ireland. Although it was made by an Irish-American director.
Holy cow, I have been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks. I had no idea about the Pettitte signing. Swish screaming on the phone sounds about right. I've been posting very infrequently for a while, mainly because of work, but I want to mention that my father-in-law is really ill. This is the man who is solely responsible for my wife being a Yankees (and not Red Sox) fan. I found out this morning that he needs a heart transplant. I am not the praying sort of guy, but any good thoughts, vibes, or prayers for him would be wonderful and appreciated.
1) Yup, I know that. Just trying to get "green" in the mix.
2) And Rosenthal's piece is about how close they were to not doing a deal.
 Best wishes to your father and law and the rest of your family.
 I'm just busting balls. I was thinking you'd be giving me more grief for that one.
That Rosenthal piece is interesting...this was all very tenuous.
5) Well, I was ignoring you.
2) Best to you and your fam, man. That's tough.
 Thanks Jon. He's glad the season is starting soon. Mike was a pretty active guy, so sitting around the house is not his bag. Baseball on the tube may make it somewhat tolerable.
 I'm okay with the signing but don't really know where, if at all, AP fits in. He's no spring chicken. As long as the team wins, I don't care if he sucks. One thing I don't want to see again, though, is Ellsbury stealing home.
 all the best to you and yours!
 Oooh. You win this round, Belth...but I'll be back.
 Thinking good thoughts for you guys. Best wishes.
 Best of luck to your family. Hope he gets a new one.
Nice Rip by Bill Hall.
Not Boone's day.
 Best wishes to your father-in-law, friend...
 I was driving around a crew of filmmakers from Dublin this week; we were on our way from the city to Portland, ME and I decided to bypass I-95 because it was approaching rush hour when we left the city (but the GPS somehow sent us through Vermont @8pm); after stopping for dinner we continued to our destination in the dead of night; we crossed through a region that was so foggy we couldn't see more than 10 feet in front of us. The movie "Brigadoon" started crossing my mind, but I didn't say anything at the time, yet within minutes we did cross through a tiny, sleepy little town engulfed in heavy fog in the dead of night:
 Good thoughts and prayers both. Methinks he's going to love watching Pineda pitch. But I also think Montero's going to hit 30 homers this year. Oi!
 Let's hope so.
Thanks to all for the good wishes. Mo looked sharp today aside from plunking that one dude.
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