There is no sport like baseball when it comes to history, superstition and luck. As we embark on the strangest postseason ever, the Cleveland Indians secured their spot in a return to the postseason, with a dramatic come from behind 10th inning walk off home run against division rivals Chicago White Sox by Jose’ Ramirez at Progressive Field on Sept. 22. This was despite playing a 66-game schedule – and having an eight-game losing streak down the stretch.
While most Ohio State University football fans are happy the Buckeyes and the other Big Ten teams have their schedules, it’s not going to be as easy as you think to win the conference championship. Without any nonconference games on the schedule, the opener at home against Nebraska won’t be a cake walk.
It’s 2020 and only now I am talking to my patients about voting? I’ve practiced medicine for 25 years and this year, for the first time, I talk about voting the same way I might discuss a heal…