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Sunday, October 4, 2015


Rays Support Navy SEAL Team 6 with Shirts on Road Trip to Baltimore

Since Osama bin Laden was killed on Sunday, several baseball teams have taken steps to honor the military. The San Diego Padres wore their camouflage uniforms and gave free tickets to service men and women, the Dodgers offered tickets to the military for the month of May, and the Mets donated 4,000 tickets to military…Read More

Curtis Granderson Donates 300 Bats to Public Schools Athletic League

Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson does a lot more than belt home runs, chase down fly balls, and join the Golden Sombrero Club.  Since he started the Grand Kids Foundation during his days in Detroit, the Grandy Man has been known for his work in the community, particularly among local youth.  Last week, Granderson donated…Read More

Shin-Soo Choo Sacked by the LBS Nut Bag for DUI, Blowing .201

We used to be big fans of Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo. Heck, we could have told you he was the most underrated player in baseball before his fellow players gave him that honor in an SI vote. But imagine the irony that the same day SI revealed Choo was named the most underrated player, he…Read More

Luke Scott Does Not Believe President Obama Was Born in America

Baltimore Orioles slugger Luke Scott has a reputation for his unconventional political views which aren’t exactly endearing him with most fans. In fact, the Orioles themselves have made it clear that Scott’s views don’t reflect those of the club. After all, how many clubs would be proud to say their left fielder is a birther?…Read More

Sports Have Become a Battle in the Court Room Instead of on the Court

Perhaps you’ve been caught up in the playoffs extravaganza with the NBA and NHL. Maybe spring baseball is what captivates. After all, if the season ended today… you’d have a lot of confused people. (Why would the postseason start in May?) An even smaller segment of the population may have been enthralled by the sequins…Read More

Dodgers May Not be Able to Cover Payroll This Month

While Dodgers owner Frank McCourt is busy making publicity rounds trying to reignite support from fans, he might be better served spending his time trying to raise funds. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Dodgers may not have enough money to meet payroll for the month of May. Their report adds that “the team…Read More

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