Thieves Try To Swipe Cal Ricken’s "8" Monument From Outside Of Camden Yards

With meaningful baseball once again over in Baltimore for the summer, young hooligans are no longer paying their way into the park to do what young hooligans do. Instead, they’re hanging around outside the park doing what young hooligans do. In Baltimore, that consists of trying to steal a 4-foot aluminum monument, loading it into […]

Senator Schilling?

If Jesse ‘The Body’ Ventura, Al Franken and ‘The Terminator,’ Arnold Schwarzenegger can have success in the world of politics, anyone can. That has to be the biggest motivation for Curt Schilling, former MLB pitcher, who is considering a run at the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the late Ted Kennedy. Schilling admits […]

The New Coping Mechanism For The Mets: Running Laps In The Parking Lot During Games

This is young scrappy New York Mets’ pitcher, Mike Pelfrey. Like the rest of his Mets’ teammates, he’s not having what you and I would call a banner year. He is 9-10 with an ERA of 5.03. In his last two starts, he has given up 17 hits, 12 runs and 10 walks in just […]

No more Santana; Mets’ ace out for season

As if the New York Mets season hasn’t been bad enough, they are once again firmly in shadow of the Yankees, 4th in the NL East and now they have lost their ace for the remainder of the season. The $137.5M man, Johan Santana, will have season ending surgery to have bone chips removed from […]

The Juiciest Jheri Curls In Sports History

Growing up in the 80’s allowed me to live through the glory years of the jheri curl. I witnessed the short ones, the afro ones, and the ones that sprawled down one’s back. With my own two eyes, I was able to see jheri curl juice on pillows, couches, towels, and even on the headrest […]

Billy Wagner Channels His Inner Brett Favre And Accepts Trade To The Red Sox

After tough talk about not waving his no-trade clause, Billy Wagner decided to allow the Mets to trade him to the Boston Red Sox after all. The left-handed reliever, said to be certain that he would not waive his no-trade clause and accept a trade from the Mets to Boston, decided near Tuesday’s 1:30 p.m. […]

The Boo Birds Finally Descend On Manny In LA

With the Dodgers’ lead in the NL West shrinking by the day, fans in Los Angeles are getting restless. When fans get restless, they tend to notice when a player is in a slump. And when fans start noticing when a player is in a slump, they begin to voice their displeasure for any and […]

Cubs sold for $845M

What does ownership do with a MLB franchise that hasn’t won a World Series championship in over 100 years? Sell it. At least that’s what the Tribune Co. has decided to do with the Chicago Cubs. In a deal that’s been rumored and negotiated for over two years, the Tribune and new owners, the Ricketts […]

$1 Gets You A Nationals Game And A Stephen Strasburg Press Conference

I’m not sure the price of tickets for a Washington Nationals game. Nor, do I care enough to look it up. Whatever the price, I’m sure they’re overpriced. But for one day and one day only, the Nationals have your back. For a mere $1, they’re gonna let you watch how baseball shouldn’t be played […]

Carlos Zambrano Is Lazy? Noooo…..

Look at that physical specimen. How could anyone that looks like that be branded as lazy? I mean, it’s obvious that the man is a world class athlete. So how do you people even come up with this stuff? Oh, he admitted it? Um, ok…. “My problem is I’ve been lazy,” a contrite Zambrano said. […]