Orioles Magic Making it Happen!
I had to start off today with that video link, you can't not laugh at it. My favorite part is at 1:21 with the dancing O's doll. Priceless.
The Yankees are in trouble. Big trouble. They lost two games to the struggling Mets in Yankee Stadium, and the House That Ruth Built started to sound like a Mets fan convention at the end.
A-Rod will be back Tuesday, though, so that should help their offense from the 1st to the 6th inning, right?
After a closed door meeting on Friday night, the Mets just pounded the Yankees this weekend and got their groove back.
The Phillies lost a tough one after a lengthy rain delay. Weird game, Roy Halladay pitched 2 and 1/3 innings of relief for Toronto. Brad Lidge is on the Jim Rome Show, today, if you listen to it.
The Red Sox rolled over another NL opponent.
Ryan Braun was not pleased with his teams performance. Here's a prediction, Ned Yost is fired as Brewers manager by the end of the week.
The hits just keep on coming for the Padres, as Jake Peavy was scratched from his next start with elbow trouble. Fire up those Greg Maddux trade rumors, and where in the hell is Chase Headley?
The Royals slapped the Marlins around. Nice to see KC being respectable. Somewhere Jim Eisenreich is smiling...
The opposite of the word respectful would be dreadful, and that would describe the Tigers right now. I wonder how many packs a day Jim Leyland is smoking?
The Celtics continued their home dominance yesterday, thanks to Paul Pierce and PJ Brown. No way the Celtics beat Detroit with out winning at the Palace. One national columnist is picking the Pistons in 6. Rasheed Wallace has a nickname for the Celtics.
Tim Donaghy bet on more than 100 games when he was an NBA ref. Will someone please find out if the Philadelphia 76ers were ever in one of those games so Arlen Specter can look into this?
Game 7 of the Hornets-Spurs is tonight, three days after game 6. The NBA Playoffs are becoming like labor, its long, it's painful, but at the end you have some wonderful memories.
The Pittsburgh Penguins (and the NHL) await the Detroit Red Wings to finish off Dallas. Could a seven game final finally get the NHL a real tv deal?
Links today include New York Newsday, Kansas City Star, Detroit Free Press, Boston.com, Foxsports.com, Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, San Diego Union Tribune, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Hornets 101- Spurs 96.