2020 has turned everyone's lives into unknown territory - none more than parents. As new parents with a toddler, we talk to my wife who opens up about adjusting to parenting during COVID, how the Black Lives Movement has shaped her parenting outlook, envisioning a world for our child, and more! And oh yeah, she gives her opinion on the best Pizza slice there is. Hint: Yes, it's right here in NYC.
It almost feels like the negative vitriol that surrounded Major League Baseball and its labor issues have dissipated into an air of forgetfulness and forgiveness. A season that has brought us old-school lore with the chasing of historical numbers by way of Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols, and the likes of a modern-day Babe Ruth, in another dominant season by Shohei Ohtani, would ultimately do that. Sprinkle in some amazing rookies on the rise, and all of sudden it's, what did I say about baseball's treatment of fans? It's been some season... In this post, I want to focus on Albert Pujols...the "King", the "Machine", one of the greatest ever. After hitting a historic 700th Home Run ( by the way, I definitely predicted that back in March - just humble-bragging a bit), I wanted to drop five (fitting, yeah?) thoughts on Albert Pujols: GREATEST EVER?! - Pujols' career often feels like the Angels' years were some sort of nightmare or a bad edition in a