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And So It Begins

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The NCAA . . . → Read More: And So It Begins

Shouldn’t It Be Called a War of Tug?

Got a really interesting note the other day from reader Matt Frost, who clued me in to a uniform category I hadn’t previously been aware of. Check it out:

I was watching a show about the Highland Games on the Discovery Channel. Tucked in amongst all the kilts was a small bit about . . . → Read More: Shouldn’t It Be Called a War of Tug?

Dodgers Play Small Ball … Like, Really Small

In case you missed it, the Dodgers have hired a new pitching coach. There he was on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, giving a few pointers to Jonathan Broxton, who appeared to be listening intently.

Actually, that’s the Dodgers’ bullpen gnome (there’s a dugout version as well; for details, go to this page . . . → Read More: Dodgers Play Small Ball … Like, Really Small

And in Other News, Chipper Still Hitting .400

I don’t know how many Atlanta Braves fans have ever heard of Uni Watch. But the Atlanta audience got a condensed version of Uni Watch 101 on Monday, courtesy of Braves announcers Jon Scambi and Joe Simpson, who engaged in a bit of uni-related chatter during the bottom of the 9th. They began . . . → Read More: And in Other News, Chipper Still Hitting .400