Madness: a state of frenzied or chaotic activity. That’s exactly what every March is like in the college basketball world, absolute chaos, and madness across America.
Schools with 50,000 students lose to schools with just 5,000.
Schools from the Big Ten lose to schools in the Big Sky.
It’s been about abortion. Now, it’s about gun control.
Strange how they both revolve around the killing of children. Yet, the left’s attitude toward them couldn’t be anymore opposite.
The killing of any child should be intolerable. When it comes to the second amendment, the Democrats rally the cry “We must save the children.”
However, when it comes to abortion, they are practically tripping over each other to push some pregnant woman down the stairs.
Ryan L. Fox
They say having too much of a good thing can be a problem. That can be applied in sports and nowhere where that is more apparent than in baseball. Sometimes teams have too many good prospects at one position, it can create a log jam. In over years with the Boston Red Sox, we’ve seen them obtain an abundance of talented prospects at the shortstop (i.e. Jose Iglesias, Devin Marrero, Xander Bogaerts) and catcher (i.e. Christian Vazquez, Blake Swihart).
Recently, the Red Sox obtained an abundance of prospect talent at the third base position. Already you have the like of Rafael Devers manning the position at the minors but then you have and coming prospect 3B Bobby Dalbec (#3 prospect in Red Sox farm system according to MLB.com) at Double-A Portland and Michael Chavis (#1 prospect in Red Sox farm system, #79 prospect overall in MLB according to MLB.com).
Today we will be looking at Michael Chavis, the power righty third baseman in the Red Sox farm system who is more MLB ready than Dalbec and could give Devers a run for his money as third baseman starter.
The recent special election in Rhode Island House District 68, which pitted incumbent, longtime institutionalist-Democrat-turned-independent Kenneth Marshall against progressive Democrat June Speakman, Libertarien William Hunt and independent James McCanna III, produced a result that should offer keen insight into current Rhode Island voter impulses.
Much like their cross-state rivals in Providence, URI has zero chance at an at-large bid to the big dance this year. They too, are on their way to New York City looking to accomplish the rare- win of the Atlantic 10 Tournament as an 8-seed, and punch an automatic-bid into the NCAA tournament.
The Rams ran hot toward the end of the season, and were able to stay out of the bottom four, meaning they don’t need to play until Thursday. Regardless, they’ll need to win four games in four days in order to cut down the nets.
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