I can’t tell you how bored I am lately with baseball news, probably because there isn’t any. All we keep hearing about is stupid Pete Rose. I hate to comment about this but here is my feeling on it. I think he should be elected to the Hall of Fame as a player because he was a good one and it was as a manager that he made his mistakes. I do feel like he should be banned from doing anything more with baseball though. Just allow him to be inducted as a player and let it be over. For some reason I have a hard time believing that he is truly sorry and misses the game that much. I mean, if I knew there was a risk of losing something that I love by doing something stupid, I wouldn’t do it. He should have thought that through. At this point though, just do something and get him out of the news.

In other news, my wife and I bought TiVo the other day, and I must say it is pretty cool. For those who do not know what it can do for your sports watching capabilities, check it out. I highly recommend it. Needless to say, I will not miss any Cubs games that come on WGN this year. It used to be a pain in the butt because I would set my tape and not want to see the score. So, I would have my wife check to see if the game was over, but have her swear she would not tell me any information at all. Now, with TiVo, I can set a recording of the game and not have to wait until it is over to start watching. I can watch from the beginning and Tivo is still recording the whole thing. So, basically the games start when I want, not when the Cubs want. Check it out guys, it’s very cool. That’s about all for now. The battle of the Blogs is going quite well. I am going to cut the voting in a few days and set up the final. Thanks again to everyone who has voted. Be sure to read all the other blogs on my links because they are all a lot better than mine.

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Joe Aiello is the founder of View From the Bleachers and one of the lead writers. Growing up in Chicago, he fondly remembers attending games in the bleachers before that was the popular thing to do. Currently Joe resides in North Carolina with his wife and three kids and helps people protect their assets as an independent insurance agent. Connect with Joe via Twitter / Facebook / E-mail