Rantsports.com - Former MLB player Lenny Dykstra had been best known for chomping on large wads of carcinogenic chew during his playing days with the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies. Oh, and he helped the Mets rally to beat the Boston Red Sox in the 1986 World Series. Unfortunately that was a lifetime ago. These days he is best known for having more legal troubles than Hollywood train wreck Lindsey Lohan. 1101 days
It’s World Series time and the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals are letting you know their top 10 favorite things about it in this video.
Here is the list:
1) Getting to meet the cast of Glee (ehhhh?)
2) Wearing official MLB licensed world series squirrel T-shirt
The Lions' deadline deal to acquire running back Ronnie Brown is off. ESPN reported that the Lions' trade of running back Jerome Harrison and a 2013 draft pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for Brown was voided because of a health issue with Harrison.
According to legend-in-his-own-mind Fox baseball broadcaster, Tim McCarver the word S-T-R-I-K-E, is spelled with five letters.
No really, it is. Or not.
As you’ll see in the video, in describing an Elvis Andrus strikeout, McCarver emphatically spells out strike and mentions that it has five letters.
Sports.yahoo.com - The Columbus Blue Jackets are 0-5-1 on the season, without question the prime suspect for an early-season bust as Jeff Carter's out with a broken foot and James Wisniewski's still two games away from having his suspension end.But the real story isn't 0-5-1. The real story is 3-17-8, as in their record stretching back to last season. And the really real story is "one," as in the number of regulati 1101 days
Sports-kings.com - But who would have predicted such competition in the AFC North? The young Cincinnati Bengals have started the season 4-2, currently in second place behind Baltimore and above Pittsburgh. For the Bengals, the schedule is working to their advantage, with two winnable games against the Seahawks and Titans before their first big divisional game against the Steelers November 13th. 1101 days
Mysportsrumors.com - It appears we have another controversy in the NFL, this time it’s with the Cleveland Browns. Here’s the catch there is only one player involved, Colt McCoy. It appears Browns’ president Mike Holmgren has soured on the youngster and isn’t positive that he’s the future of the organization. 1101 days