I pretty much moved on from the end of the Panthers’ game as soon as the refs picked up the flag. I know it’s still heavily in the news rotation, but as I said yesterday, I don’t want NFL games to be decided by penalties, and regardless if it was or wasn’t the right call, it was the call they made…
If you didn’t hear, David Ortiz finished third as a write-in candidate during Boston’s mayoral race. Finally, we have the transcript of his concession speech:
First, I would like to congratulate Marty Walsh. He’s a good man and a Red Sox fan. I have no beef with him. But next time, Marty, next time I’m gonna sock you square in the face.
And a big thanks to the Red Sox for letting me use my the innings when the rest of the guys were in the field to work on my platform, plan my strategy, and rehearse my speeches with bench coach Torey Lovullo. I mean, you didn’t think I was spending all that time in the batting cages working on my swing, right? You can’t do that for more than, like, five minutes.