Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Last year me and my team got to go to RMSB Tournament of Champions. The first game, we played the Utah Storm, it was a close game. In the last inning it was tied and a guy on third and the catcher tried to throw him out but overthrew the ball and he scored towin the game. 4-3
The second game, we played the Utah Black Sox. It started out going our way, then they scored a few in a inning and that pumped them up. It was coming down to the end of the game when they scored a point to win the game. 13-14
The next day we had a game at 9:00 in the morning against the Tuff Country Predators. We were not home team so we batted first. We started out pretty good, then they were up to bat and they didn't do any better. We then started scoring more and more, and pulled off the win!
The third game we played the Juab Sting. Before, we killed them and now we were wondering how they made it in to the tournament. So we knew that we were going to beat them and started crushing the ball like crazy. We were a ways ahead so we put in a pitcher that just started last year and they started hitting the ball really well. they scored 3 people in that inning but that was not enough to win. We won 5-11 and that put us in the championship game.

It was the championship game and we were all excited to be playing in it for the second time. The first few innings it was scoreless, until we started hitting the ball and scoring. We had scored a few but we needed more so we put in our reliever. We started gaining more runs and we finally took home the championship! The final score was 5-0.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

as the public viewing days begin at the North American International Auto Show. Rave reviews come from both Dodge fans young and old, as well as those who were faithful GM and Ford owners. While this awesome new car is but a concept as of early 2006, Dodge sources indicate a 2006 or 2007 beginning of production, which could put the car on the road, and in peoples driveways as early as 2007. The Challenger is back, and with the new 6.1L Hemi, as well as a plethora of model technologies, this new Dodge Challenger may prove to be better than ever.

Read more about the Dodge Challenger Concept Car.

From the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe to the 2002 Anniversary edition, from Pace Cars to IROC-Zs, the history of the Chevy Camaro has been a wild ride. Fast, fun and fabulous!

The first Chevrolet Camaros started rolling off the assembly line and into dealerships in late 1966, GM's answer to the Mustang. More than 220,000 were sold in this introductory year, including over 25,000 convertibles. Base price for a 6-cylinder coupe was slightly more than $2400.00. This "First Generation" of Camaros lasted from 1967 to 1969 and introduced the Z28 to the automotive world. 1970 to 1981 saw the "Second Generation" and the loss of the convertible option although T-Tops were available from 1978 on. For the 1982 model year, the Camaro was re-styled and the "Third Generation" was born. The "Fourth Generation" started in 1993 and has continued until the announcement of the discontinuation of the Camaro line in 2002. Now a fifth generation will soon start.

Monday, March 30, 2009


Yo, t'sup this is CM-unit and these are a few events that have happened in my lifetime.I love sports, most of my life has been sports. I am the youngest of 4 children. Enjoy!