The Glory Lines 6/8/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Stewart Cink Has A Ball Teed Off of His Balls (Waggle Room) Ravens forced to cancel final offseason camp (The Baltimore Sun) Five Reasons for Laker Fans to Relax (BSO) Obama: […]

No One Is Safe From Gore Happy Bulls, Not Even Kids

One would think that bullfighters everywhere had learned their lesson about what can happen when you step in the ring with a bull. But this story proves that they haven’t learned a d@#n thing. In fact, some crazy bullfighter allowed his 12-year-old to try his hand at bullfighting. And as you may have guessed from […]

Ronny Cedeno Proves That Playing With A Painted On Mustache Doesn’t Help Your Batting Average

There are not many reasons to watch a Pittsburgh Pirates game, so most people don’t. Most people including me. But yesterday, surprisingly, there was one. Ronny Cedeno took to the field with a painted on mustache. The type of painted on mustache that would make any painted on mustache lover proud. Just look at this […]

In Philadelphia, Kids Drink The Darndest Things

What we have here is a young tike taking in a Phillies game. Like most in attendance, he has on his Phillies jersey, has probably had himself a hot dog, and last but not certainly least, he’s enjoying a refreshingly cold beer. Via The Fightins Have some breaking news or an interesting story we should […]

The Glory Lines 6/7/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Bulls fans woo LeBron James with billboard (Chicago Breaking News) Source: Cavs have made offer to Michigan State’s Izzo (The News Herald) Nebraska, Missouri given ultimatum on deciding their futures (Statesman) […]

John Wooden Has Passed Away

The sports world lost an icon today as legendary UCLA coach, John Wooden has passed away. Legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, whose teams won seven consecutive NCAA championships and had a record winning streak of 88 games, died Friday. He was 99. RIP John Wooden.UCLA’s famed coach John Wooden dies at age 99 (LA […]

Minor Leaguer’s Home Run Trot Interrupted By Fistacuffs

We’ll start the day with a look inside the world of minor league baseball. A world filled with long bus rides, crazy promotional nights, and players that don’t enjoy their fellow player’s home run trot. And what does a minor leaguer do when he isn’t enjoying another minor leaguer’s home run trot? Start throwing hands, […]

Welcome To The Youth Soccer League Where If You Win, You May Just Lose

The trend of the “pansification of the world’s children” has spiraled out of control. Back in my day, if you couldn’t compete with the other team, you got your doors blown off. And you got them blown off with dignity. But not today. Today we have parents pissing and moaning that their kids got smoked […]

It Didn’t Take Long For The Death Threats To Start Pouring In For Jim Joyce

It was a little after 8:00 pm when umpire, Jim Joyce missed the call that will haunt him for the rest of his life. By 10:00 pm, the death threats begin to roll in. And by then, Joyce’s son has had enough. So he unleashes on Facebook. Via Isaac Have some breaking news or an […]

The Glory Lines 6/3/10

After a day filed with jury duty goodness, we’re back. Sooooo…… It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Missed call leaves Detroit’s Armando Galarraga one out shy of perfect game (Daily Pitch) Growing disconnect in Tom Brady contract […]