Which do you want first? I’m a firm believer in getting the worser of the two newses first, because after delivery of bad or so-so news, everything else is just gravy. But I’m not going to do that today. Today, I start with the better news. In case you haven’t heard, Dave Cameron has been given a clean bill of health after a bone marrow biopsy yesterday. I found out earlier today while at work via Twitter and wanted to mention it here because it’s so very worth mentioning. I’m very happy Dave has managed to beat out his leukemia so quickly with treatment. Like he says, he’s not out of the woods yet, but the percentages he mentions are statistics that I can deal with. Go over to USS Mariner and give him a shout, or voice your support at him via Twitter. Best news I’ve heard all day.
Now, on to the not-as-great-but-still-good news…
I cannot and will not verify where this came from, it’s not concrete information, and nothing anyone can say or do will make me say anything further than that, but here is what a TV and radio broadcast schedule of Spring Training and exhibition games might look like if it came from a reliable source and was concrete information:
Please keep in mind that this is not solid info and has not been verified. But if there was going to be a schedule for Spring Training and its subsequent broadcasting, this might be what it kind of, sort of, but not really looks like. Maybe. Bolded font migt be home games. If it was verified and concrete, which it’s not.*