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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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Tim Hudson wonders if Nationals have the balls to beat the Giants

Tim Hudson knows the Washington Nationals have enough talent on their roster to be worthy of a postseason spot, but the San Francisco Giants pitcher seems to think his team has an advantage over the Nats in one specific area — male anatomy. After the Giants dominated the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night to win…Read More

Actor Jeff Garlin says Warren Sapp bullied him in an airport

Actor Jeff Garlin, who is best known for his work in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” alongside Larry David, claims he once tried to introduce himself to Warren Sapp in an airport and Sapp wound up bullying him. Garlin told the story on Shade 45’s “Sway in the Morning” show when asked if he has ever had…Read More

Miguel Cabrera declines playoff bonus money

With Major League Baseball’s playoffs here, the focus from here on out is getting to (and winning) the World Series. There’s also the formality of the shares of playoff money teams receive for their participation in the postseason. Players must sign a form to receive their piece of the pie. This year, Miguel Cabrera isn’t…Read More

Aaron Dobson reportedly deactivated for mouthing off to Josh McDaniels

The New England Patriots have lacked wide receiver options on the outside in their past two games and curiously had both Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins inactive for Monday night’s blowout loss at Kansas City. Not it looks like we know why Dobson hasn’t been playing. According to Boston Globe reporter Shalise Manza Young, Dobson…Read More

Tom Brady: I was happy for Jimmy Garoppolo

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was asked on Wednesday if he intentionally ignored rookie Jimmy Garoppolo when Garoppolo came off the field against the Kansas City Chiefs after completing 6-of-7 passes and throwing a touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski. In typical Patriot Way fashion, he didn’t really answer the question. Instead, Brady insisted during…Read More

Pedro Martinez rips Ned Yost after Royals win

The Kansas City Royals walked off with a win against the Oakland A’s on Tuesday night in dramatic fashion to win the first wild-card game of the 2014 MLB postseason. Pedro Martinez feels that the Royals won in spite of manager Ned Yost, not because of him. Martinez, who works as an analyst for TBS…Read More

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