Monthly Archives: November 2011

Bobby Valentine Nowhere To Be Found In Boston, But This Guy Is All Over The Place

Bobby Valentine has yet to be found by media looking for comment regarding his new position with the Boston Red Sox. By contrast, this mustachioed mystery man has been seen roaming the streets of Boston, hiding in dark alleys, and causing a general disturbance. Continue reading

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Guess That 1994 Baseball Player! #19

So yesterday’s answer, Bernie Williams, may have been on the easy side. Let’s try to spice it up a bit today… Continue reading

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Blake Griffin Sports Illustrated Cover: Enough With The Curses!

Am I the only one that cringes every time Blake Griffin appears in a commercial or graces the cover of a national magazine?

I understand that Griffin is one of the most exciting young players in the NBA right now and everybody is constantly seeking the 18-25 demographic…but at what cost? Continue reading

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Annoying Fan Behavior #72: Repeatedly Reciting Statistics During A Game

Statistics are part of what make sports so fan-friendly. If you miss a game you can immediately see what happened by looking at the box score online. It will tell you a lot of things—who scored, who failed, who got injured—but it will never be the same as watching that game.

That’s why Annoying Fan Behavior #72: Repeatedly Reciting Stats During A Game is especially frustrating. Continue reading

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Guess That 1994 Baseball Player! #18

I remember when yesterday’s answer, Kevin Appier, was fat and over the hill and pitching for the Angels later in his career. He still had terrible mechanics but was strangely effective. It begs the question: is it better to have four or five great years and then get hurt or 15-20 mediocre years injury-free?

Think about that after you figure out today’s player. Continue reading

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