Hey everyone! Sorry for the lack of posts recently, but I have been at a trade show for work in Orlando, FL. Bill Simmons thought that Orlando was the cougar capital of the U.S. and I would have to agree with him on that one. This city is littered with them.

If you are ever in Orlando, I recommend Texas de Brazil. It’s a Brazilian steakhouse and they just keep coming with meat after meat after meat. The bacon wrapped filet mignon was especially fantastic.

Last year, I did a live blog for the MLB Draft. It disappoints me to say I will not be able to do the same this year. I am missing the draft tonight because of this trade show. However, I will do a recap on Tuesday.

I will also be doing a live blog of Stephen Strasburg’s debut for the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. Strasburg’s debut might be the most covered regular season pitching performance in quite some time.

I will also be taking a closer look at the pennant races throughout baseball this week. In case you haven’t noticed, the largest lead of any division leader is just 3.5 games.

A special kudos go out to the Atlanta Braves. The Braves tied for the best record in baseball in May (20-8) and have carried over their good play in June. The Braves now have a two game lead over the Philadelphia Phillies in the NL East.

I thought the Braves would make the playoffs in 2010, but I in no way thought they would be ahead of the Phillies in June.

I have to run for now. I will be back later tonight if I get the chance.

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