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Apocalypse Now September 29th, 2008 @ 3:55 pm PST
Stocks skidded Monday, with the Dow slumping nearly 778 points, in the biggest single-day point loss ever, after the House rejected the government’s $700 billion bank bailout plan. The Yankees will sit out the postseason for the first time in 15 years. Vanderbilt is in first place in the SEC East. Time to start stock-piling […]
Bugs Bunny, Greatest Baseball Player Ever May 14th, 2008 @ 5:48 am PST
We are then introduced to the shabby state of both the grounds keeping and of stadium security at the Polo Grounds, as we see an angry rabbit (Bugs Bunny, RHP/UT) is able to heckle the visiting team from left field, where he has dug a fairly substantial hole, and is enjoying a carrot-dog and (it […]
Barry Bonds Can Suck It September 18th, 2007 @ 7:59 am PST
Vote756.com: I’m going with option B, the asterisk.
Suck on it, Barry April 28th, 2007 @ 4:04 pm PST
Commissioner Bud Selig announced Tuesday the discovery that Hall of Famer Hank Aaron had in fact accumulated 50 previously unaccounted-for home runs … bringing his once record total of 755 to an even higher 805 and putting the all-time home-run record perhaps forever out of reach.
Curt Shilling Will Kick Your Ass April 27th, 2007 @ 7:35 am PST
What happens when a real celebrity has a real blog? There are a few mediocre celebrities that have pseudo-real blogs. (Zach Braff comes to mind. Aside from the fact that you can clearly see he’s high every now and then, he’s about the least controversial guy in Hollywood.) Few truly famous people are out there […]
Now Pitching for the Dodgers … May 23rd, 2005 @ 7:38 pm PST
So I had a bit of a bug on Saturday and spent most of the day in a deep Alka Seltzer Plus-induced sleep. At one point I awoke to find a curious message on my answering machine. A little kid somewhere in the San Bernardino area code called with a get-well message for Eric Gagne, […]
On Baseball March 29th, 2005 @ 9:23 pm PST
I step into the batter’s box, placing my right foot in the hole … scraped inside the back chalk line. I am aware of nothing but [the pitcher] — not the crowd, not the infield in and Lord knows not the blue sky. This moment is the essence of the game, its molecular core. It […]