Curt Schilling currently finds himself being sued by Rhode Island’s economic development agency because of a failed video game company and in the need of money. You may recall that Schilling was able to auction off his infamous bloody sock for a cool $92,613. But he still needs money.
Mariano Rivera took the mound for the final time at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night. Rivera entered the game in the eighth inning with the Yankees trailing 4-0 to the Tampa Bay Rays. Rivera pitched into the ninth until Joe Girardi sent Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte out to the mound to take Rivera out […]
From Page Six: “A spy said Rodriguez was dining at Nobu when he spotted Aaron at a nearby table. A-Rod approached and said to true hero Hammerin’ Hank, “Mr. Aaron, I just wanted to introduce myself. I think about you every day when I play. You’re an inspiration to me.” (In case Aaron didn’t know […]
From the Houston Chronicle: “According to television’s official scorekeeper, nobody in the 20-county Greater Houston area watched the Astros’ game Sunday at Cleveland. The score was 9-2 in favor of the Indians on the scoreboard and 0.0 for Comcast SportsNet Houston — the regional network owned by the Astros, Rockets and NBC Sports Group — […]
According to Steven Marcus of Newsday, Alex Rodriguez’s appeal hearing will begin on September 30, the day after the regular season ends. The hearing could reportedly take “several days” and arbitrator Fredric Horowitz will have “25 days to render his decision.” Rodriguez will not be forced to attend the hearings unless Horowitz requests his presence. […]