Tim Daloisio

Growing up in CT, I was raised a Giants, Mets, Knicks fan with a passion for Golf and Tennis. And of course, UCONN basketball!!! I have since moved to MA/NH and over the past 10 years become a Red Sox fan for life (well before the recent bandwagon for those who scoff...and for full disclosure I did root gleefully for the Mets in '86). My favorite sports moment was the 99 UCONN National Championship! I blogged most of the 2003 season at Musings From RSN and then Red Sox Times (www.redsoxtimes.com) until I got so swept up in 2004, that I had more fun just being a fan and soaking it all in!

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  • 03:24 PM ET  05.25
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As seen on the Red Sox Times:Steve Lombardi over at WasWatching.com thinks 9.5 games at this point in the season is enough to count the Yankees out of the A.L. East and, jinxes be damned, I think it’s pretty sound logic as well. Steve lays down scenarios where the Yankees win six of nine and then again with them winning eight of the nine remaining games against the Red Sox this year. Under even those aggressive scenarios, the Yankees would have to play extremely well and the Red Sox very poorly for this to turn the Yankees favor. If New York takes 8 of the 9 games remaining with Boston…
  • 08:33 AM ET  05.24
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We’ve been down this road before, Alex Rodriguez using questionable judgment on the baseball field when it comes to straddling the fine line of being competitive and being “dirty”. Arod may never live down “the slap” and following countless photoshopped handbags and hamburger helper hands as a result of his questionable judgment during the 2004 ALCS. Was it just Arod’s competitive desire gone awry? Was it just the juices overflowing in the heat of the moment or was it more likely as has been decreed by the court of public opinion that he was…
  • 08:31 AM ET  05.24
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As seen on the Red Sox Times: While Hazel Mae is no secret and Erin Andrews, pictured right, devastates the competition with her "hotness", two other women of the Boston Sports scene (sorry Jackie, not you) are making recent waves around the blogosphere. Don't look now but Tina Cervasio and Amalie Benjamin are gaining popularity and even fan clubs in cyberspace. Let's be realistic here, Erin and Hazel are eye candy with a much "larger" set of assets to draw from. But Tina with her smile and Amalie with her "one of the guys" charm are worthy of their…

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