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Albert Belle Had An Italian Equipment Manager Walk Around The Clubhouse Clicking Two Of His Bats Together Because He Thought Italians Were Lucky
Jeff Pearlman holds a weekly Q&A on his website called “The Quaz Q&A,” and this week’s guest was Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated and the MLB Network. Verducci is one of baseball’s most respected writers and has a slew of stories from his long career covering baseball. One in particular, which he relayed to Pearlman, involves Italians and Albert Belle and the weirdest of baseball superstitions.
HBO’s low-rated Sunday night drama “Luck” has been canceled. This isn’t necessarily a surprise: the Dustin-Hoffman-led horse racing show plodded along like an overweight gelding, and despite an all-star cast, it never really showed any signs of picking up the pace. No, what’s surprising about Luck’s cancellation is what caused it.