Anyway, here is tonight’s open thread. The NHL All-Star break is over, so all three local teams are back in action. The Knicks are also playing and there’s some college hoops back on as well. Talk about those games, the Bird/Austin platoon, or anything else right here. Just not politics or religion.
Here is tonight’s open thread. The NHL is still in their All-Star break, though the Nets are playing and there’s one college basketball game on the schedule. Not a whole lot going on tonight. Good night to watch Netflix, I suppose. Talk about anything here except religion or politics. Thanks in advance.
Thankfully, Imhof has recovered and is thriving. In a must-read piece at ESPN, he announced his retirement from baseball as a player not because of the injury, but because “I need a change of pace after 20 years of doing the same thing.” Imhof has since gone back to college and is currently an undergraduate assistant pitching coach with the Cal Poly baseball team.
I have no connection to Imhof and all I know about him is what I wrote in that draft profile four years ago. I was still devastated by the news of his accident last summer — how could you not feel terrible for the guy? — and I’m glad to hear he’s now doing well. That was a traumatic, life-changing day, but Imhof has refused to let him drag it down.
“My identity used to be wrapped around baseball, it was who I was. This injury allowed me to see past that,” he wrote. “I might not want the same things as I used to, but that’s only because I have learned more about myself than I ever thought I would … I’m a firm believer that baseball, through all my struggles on and off the field, prepared me for this moment. But the greatest thing baseball ever did for me was teach me who I could be without it.”
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Friday: Here is the open thread for the night. The NHL is in their All-Star break this weekend, so there’s nothing going around the league tonight. The Knicks and Nets are both playing though, and there’s a ton of college hoops on the schedule too. You folks know how these work by now, so have at it.
Saturday: This is the open thread again. MLB.com is releasing their top 100 prospects list tonight during a live broadcast on MLB Network. It begins at 8pm ET and you can stream it on MLB.com as well. Also, the NHL All-Star Skills Challenge is on tonight (7pm ET on NBCSN), plus the Nets are playing and there’s a ton of college basketball on too.
Sunday: For the final time, this is the open thread. Both the NHL All-Star Game (3:30pm ET on NBC) and the Pro Bowl (8pm ET on ESPN) are on today. The Knicks are playing too, and there’s some college basketball on as well. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Here is this evening’s open thread. Both the Devils and Islanders are in action, and there are a handful of college basketball games going on as well. Talk about that stuff, the Brody-McGuigan piece, or anything else here. Just not politics or religion. Get that outta here.
- Domenic Lanza: Formerly of It’s About The Money. (Twitter: @DomenicLanza)
- Steven Tydings: Currently at CSN Philly after stints at the Daily Penn and the Players’ Tribune. (Twitter: @StevenTydings)
Thank you again to everyone who applied. There were a ton of quality submissions. Seriously. Whittling the list down was very difficult. And also thanks for your patience. It took us a good month to finalize things. Domenic and Steven will begin posting soon. Be sure to welcome them aboard.
Now that the official business is out of the way, this is tonight’s open thread. The Rangers, Knicks, and Nets are all playing, plus there’s a slew of college hoops games on as well. Talk about that stuff here.
Here is the open thread for the evening. The Devils and the Islanders are both in action, and there are a bunch of college basketball games on as well. Discuss those games, the jet lag study, or anything else here. Just not politics or religion. Keep that outta here.
Here is tonight’s open thread. The (hockey) Rangers, Knicks, and Nets are all playing, and there’s some college hoops on the schedule too. Talk about those games, the Sheffield article, or anything else here, as long as it’s not religion or politics. Thanks in advance.