Sunday, September 29, 2013

GAMEDAY!

GAMEDAY!
(Featuring Hot Baseball Wife Hall of Famer Jaime Edmondson)


Friday, September 27, 2013

THE SANDMAN WEPT...TOP 10 COLLEGE BOOBS TWITTER ACCOUNTS

Mariano Rivera made his last trip to the mound in Yankee Stadium.
The end of an era.
Yankees skipper Joe Girardi sent Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte out to remove Rivera from the game. What ensued was a flood of emotions, prolonged bear hugs and not a dry eye in the ballpark.

It was one of those special Yankees scenes that will join Lou Gehrig 's farewell speech, Babe Ruth 's last ballpark appearance, Mickey Mantle Day, the first game after Thurman Munson 's death and the finale at the old stadium across 161st Street as moments to cherish and remember.

- Sports Illustrated



The cats over at Playboy recently listed the Top Ten College Boobs Twitter Accounts. Numero Uno was the University of Kansas @KUBoobs


Michigan State ranked #8 - Sparty

Thursday, September 26, 2013

TIGERS OWN THE CENTRAL & RACHEL BURR

Max Scherzer earned his 21st win on Wednesday night.
Scherzer pitched 7 shutout innings, allowed 2 hits, 6 walks and fired 10 Ks to guide the Tigers to a 1-0 victory over the Twins and their 3rd-straight AL Central Division Title!




This is Rachel Burr in ZOO Australia. "Jumpin' Rack Flash" - Those Crazy Aussies!




Tuesday, September 24, 2013

BUCKOS WIN & EMMA GLOVER

"THE BUCKOS WIN! RAISE THE JOLLY ROGER!!"
After a 21-year absence, the Pirates clinched at least a National League wild card Monday night when they beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1.
The last time Pittsburgh was in the postseason Jim Leyland was managing Barry Bonds and the boys to three straight NL East titles from 1990-92.


National League MVP?


You guys know how much I dig my English Muffins.
So, I really enjoyed Emma Glover receiving her new Chive shirt in the mail...




Monday, September 23, 2013

EXIT SANDMAN

On Sunday, the Yankees honoured Mariano Rivera.
Along with the usual treasure trove of gifts, they brought out all the big guns.
Two new plaques were unveiled in Monument Park. One honouring Jackie Robinson and another commemorating the now permanently retired number that Rivera will be the last player to share with Robinson - #42. Robinson’s wife and daughter, Rachel and Sharon were in attendance.
Also present were George Steinbrenner's family, former Yankees GM Gene Michael, Jeff Nelson, David Cone, John Wetteland, Hideki Matsui, Tino Martinez, Paul O’Neill, Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada, former trainer Gene Monahan, Joe Torre and Rivera’s family.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg proclaimed Sunday “Mariano Rivera Day” in the city of New York.
The Yankees played a career video tribute on the scoreboard that ended with the voice of Bob Sheppard, the longtime Yankees’ P.A. announcer who died in 2010, announcing a Rivera appearance. Then Metallica performed “Enter Sandman” and Robert Trujillo, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich and Kirk Hammett gave Rivera a signed guitar.
Badass!