…This Is Kige Ramsey For YouTube Sports
Posted by Matt on July 2, 2007
If you haven’t had the pleasure of watching some of Kige Ramsey’s work, consider yourself “missing out.” He is apparently “for YouTube Sports” which wasn’t a division of YouTube that I was aware of and it is unclear whether or not he gets paid per appearance. His insights, however, are undeniable and posting him for the masses is long over due.
His YouTube show can be found here: The Kige Ramsey Show
Keeping with the teams that we cover here at “The Nasty Boys,” I bring you my personal favorite about the Cincinnati Bengals:
On to the Monday morning updates:
– NEWS: The Cincinnati Reds will part ways with Manager Jerry Narron. A press conference is scheduled for Noon EST today to announce scout Pete Mackanin as his replacement. More to come on this story.
– The Cincinnati Reds lost two-of-three to the Saint Louis Cardinals over the weekend including a 7-11 loss yesterday. The Deads are now 31-51 for a .378 winning percentage and 16.5 games out of first place. They are losing in record breaking fashion either through 7th/8th inning breakdowns or double digit scores. They are the 5th worst team in Major League Baseball in terms of runs given up (earned and otherwise) and with that statistic, even with having the 15th best run scoring team, your team will be 20-wins below .500.
– Denny Hamlin won the Lenox Tools 300 yesterday afternoon and was not my pick to win (my pick, Kevin Harvick, finished 8th), however, Hamlin was one of my “Others To Watch For.” Jeff Gordon was another driving in that pool of three to watch for that I listed and he finished 2nd. I also had Kurt Busch as a guy to watch as well as to lead the most laps, and while he did lead 10 laps, it was not the most. And unfortunately for Busch, a last-lap accident dropped him to 21st even though he had been running at, or near, the top all day.
Next weekend sees the boys head back to Daytona for the Saturday night race that is the Pepsi 400, one of my favorite races of the year.
– Ken Griffey, Junior will make his 13th All Star appearance when he takes the field July 10, 2007 for the National League All Stars as a starting outfielder. At the end of play on Sunday, July 1, 2007, Junior Griffey is batting .292 with 22 home runs, 53 RBIs, 45 runs scored, and 44 walks to only 49 strikeouts. Congratulations to Junior as his stat-line is being overshadowed by a garbage season for the Deads.
Griffey finished first overall in All Star voting in the National League with 2,986,818 votes, followed by Prince Fielder with 2,706,020.
Barring injury, Ken Griffey, Junior is on pace for 43 home runs and 105 RBIs for the 2007 Season.
That is all for now, more to come this afternoon including the 6th Edition of “The Sports Shorts” either late today or very early tomorrow morning. The “Hottie World Series” continued through the weekend and will culminate with choosing “The Nasty Boys'” ultimate poster girl for the site on August 10th, 2007. Lot’s going on so stay tuned…-Matt
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