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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Baseball

Wade Boggs Comments on Steroids Cheats and the Hall of Fame

I’ve been waiting a long time to hear a player speak out about steroids the way Hall of Famer Wade Boggs did. For all the people who say “everyone was doing it” or “I would have done it too,” we have Boggs to bring some passionate honesty to the matter. Check out what the lifetime…Read More

Delusional Andruw Jones Blames Frank McCourt for His L.A. Departure

During a weekend where the Lakers won the NBA Championship, it was easy to let other stories slip through the cracks. Luckily my boy Anders(on) Varejao came through by sharing the comments Andruw Jones made this weekend when the Dodgers were in Arlington to play the Rangers. The LA Times says Jones is still bitter…Read More

Brian Bruney’s Career 4.28 ERA Criticize Frankie Rodriguez’s Showboating

Chalk this up as a first for Brian Bruney being mentioned here at LBS. The former Diamondback and current Yankee reliever (on the DL because the umpires stiffed him, by the way), had some biting remarks towards Frankie Rodriguez following Friday night’s Luis Castillo dropped popup debacle at Yankee Stadium. Likely thinking he was in…Read More

Video: Milton Bradley Loses Track of Outs, Throws Ball into Stands

We’re only at mid-June and Milton Bradley is already checking some items off his “things to accomplish” list in his first year with the Cubs. He’s already had a confrontation with an umpire resulting in a suspension, missed a third of the games because of a nagging injury, and now he’s lost count of the…Read More

Video: Ball Hits Bird, Screws Up Coco Crisp and Gives Indians Win

The Indians and Royals were tied up at three and in the 10th inning Thursday night when there was a rare and crazy occurrence. The Indians had men on second and third without nobody out and Shin-Soo Choo at the plate. Choo connected and sent a ball into center field and that’s when something kind…Read More

Citi Field’s Large Dimensions Are in David Wright’s Head

The first problems we discussed about the new Mets Citi Field related to the lack of hot water in the visiting clubhouse. Now about 55 games into the season, you figure the problem’s been worked out. While that issue was an easy fix, there’s one that seems likely to be here for good: the large…Read More

Carlos Zambrano Planning Retirement, Giving Gatorade Machines a Break

Question: When you’re 28-years-old, in the second year of a $91.5 million contract, and you just won your 100th game in the majors, how do you celebrate? If you’re Carlos Zambrano, you do it by announcing your retirement plans. In his first game back from a six-game suspension for throwing an on-field fit that included…Read More

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