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Coach Jayzor’s 2013 MLB Predictions

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Coach Jayzor’s 2nd Annual MLB Predictions  Last year, I made my predictions before the season started, as all respectable prognosticators should. However, this year, life got busy, and I found myself two weeks into the season. A wise man once said, “Better late than never.” That was either Benjamin Franklin or Winston Churchill. At any rate, I have included the current standings and my predicted standings. In some cases, they are similar. In some cases, they are very different (See the …

Feeny Friday – “The B-Team of Life”

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This week’s Feeny Friday comes to us from Friend of The Wise Guise and regular guest blogger, Jay “Jayzor” Salato. Some call him Coach Jayzor. Some just call him Coach. Regardless, he’s back in America, back to living the summer life of a teacher, and back to spending regular time with Mr. Feeny himself. Enjoy this week’s Feeny Friday from him and, as always, here’s the video if you want to follow along at home… Happy Feeny Friday! Read all the …

D-Day Reflections from Normandy

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[Editor's Note: Today's post commemorating D-Day comes from Wise Guise friend and guest poster Jay Salato. As a great American and student/teacher of French, he found himself in Normandy today.  Please take the time to read his account of the humble and honoring opportunity he had and take the time to meditate on the sacrifices made on that day to change the face of history.] June 6, 2012 : 68 Years Later… …the French have not forgotten. And neither have we, …

Coach Jayzor’s 2012 MLB Predictions

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Some people call me “Coach.” Some people call me “Jayzor.” For the purposes of this article, you can call me “Coach Jayzor.” I will present a predicted order of finish for each division, commentary on each team, and a player to watch for each team. If you don’t like my predictions, then you’re probably cheering for the wrong team. Feel free to jump on the Detroit bandwagon. Believe me: there’s room. A ton of people jumped off of the Detroit …