Stan ‘The Man’ Musial dies at 92

The St. Louis Cardinals star, Stanley Frank Musial, one of the greatest players in the history of baseball, a Hall of Famer in that matter, died on Saturday in Ladue, Missouri at the age of 92.

Stanley Frank Stanley Frank “The Man” Musial (image from

Being one of the greatest player in the history of baseball, it is really sad to know that he just left the team in no time. Some of the achievements and titles Stanley Frank “The Man”  Musial left were the three (3) National League Most Valuable Player awards and three (3) World Series titles.

May you rest in peace Stanley Frank “The Man” Musial.

Ike Davis has Valley Fever

Amidst trying out some poker combinations, a sports news saddened me, Mets said Ike Davis has Valley fever.

Who wouldn’t get shocked about this news?

Too bad for Ike Davis suffering from Valley fever. He, by the way, is the first baseman player of the baseball team New York Mets. It was the team, New York Mets, who confirmed Ike Davis has Valley fever.

Ike Davis has Valley Fever

Ike Davis has Valley Fever (image from WikiPedia)

Ike Davis’ health status was actually just found out during the routine physical and medical examination of the baseball team. In the chest x-ray result of Davis, there were abnormalities found. Thence, he was advised to make his-self free from fatigues. However, he still physically alright and can perform his usual and regular body work outs. In fact, he just had played in last Saturday.

As I have mentioned in my health-and-medicine-related blog, Valley fever is a fungal infection caused by a yeast-like fungus named Coccidioides immitis. Valley fever is also called Coccidioidomycosis in the medical field. These fungus produce spores, lodged on the soil, became dormant and once inhaled, it goes to the human lungs and there then the infections begins.

People suffering from Valley fever, like Ike Davis, usually presents with fever, cough that is productive with blood, fatigue and other signs of infection.

Baseball Hall of Famer, Gary Carter dies at 57

The baseball hall of famer, Gary Carter dies at 57, after suffering from malignant brain tumor.

Baseball Hall of Famer, Gary Carter dies at 57

Baseball Hall of Famer, Gary Carter dies at 57

Gary Carter has played for the Montreal Expos, Mets, Giants and Dodgers. H was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in May. He died in Florida on Thursday, February 16, 2012.

Zambrano on Disqualified List

I missed watching the latest baseball game on Friday night (US time), so basically, that was still yesterday here in the Philippines. I and M were just watching Captain America and Smurfs movies. But at least, even though I missed the baseball game, I still enjoyed the two movies.

Anyway, I have nothing to check onto for me to get updated of my sports notes but the playback and news online.

I first stumbled over foxnews reporting that Carlos Zambrano is on disqualified list. For me, this seemed to be ain’t good for the team. Zambrano is a good player ~ a good pitcher!

I also have read Huffingtonposts article.

Oh gosh! I really should better watch the news on TV and some videos also. I want to watch the real interview. But before that, I have to check POS systems first. I forgot to do this yesterday. I was asked by one friend to look over these stuffs online.