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Here's what it looked like when Michael Pineda got ejected for using a foreign substance tonight vs Red Sox. http://t.co/vpMvdmxpRY
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 24, 2014
He had pine tar on his neck, but is that really so bad? The Red Sox seem to think it isn’t.
We’re not advocating violence toward this man, just banishment across the frozen East River, like in “Dark Knight Rises”. A series of painful wedgies would also be good.
If you were one of those Fantasy owners that didn’t draft a closer, then you are in luck this year as there always seem to be a couple on the waiver wire. The problem is the constant churning and turnover at the position. The closer you grab one week may not keep the job the next. I’d be very cautious in how much of your FAAB money you spend as you certainly may not be getting your money’s worth.
A Diehard Cubs Fan Gives His Thoughts On The Cubs Snubbing Sammy Sosa At Wrigley 100th Anniversary Celebration
— Mike Oz (@mikeoz) April 23, 2014
My friend Tim — possibly the biggest Cubs fan of them all — says that he did not miss Sosa today one bit. “To me he’s the only tainted Cub.”
Any adult who muscles past a kid to grab a foul ball should be sentenced to watch this video on an endless loop for three years. Give it to a youngster — it will make his life.
— Tim Mead (@TMeadAngels) April 23, 2014
Thomas Sherrill, from Pomona, CA, reportedly wouldn’t turn down something else from the Angels, however.
You’ll be surprised over who is the most popular athlete in Vermont. Also, which NFL team is the nation’s most searched on Google? It’s probably not the one you think.
Last season, Baltimore led the league in homers with 212, a cool 24 more than second-place Seattle. This year they rank 29th with just 10, a cool 19 behind the Angels. What a difference a year makes huh?
Jason Heyward is the leadoff hitter for Atlanta Braves, and he also played a phone operator recently in a commercial for MLB 14 The Show. Scott Engel talks to him about his recent trends and much more.