Bleed for Me, Baby

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Does Jerry Dior Know About This?

I’m generally fine with tattoos — I have two of them myself, and I’m pondering another one — but for some reason I prefer not to see them on the baseball diamond. Especially when they’re on a pitcher. And when they go all the way down his arm. And when they’re supposed to . . . → Read More: Does Jerry Dior Know About This?

Super Bowl Was Super-Uni-Riffic After All

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Yesterday I opined that Sunday night’s game “wasn’t exactly the most uni-notable Super Bowl.” But that comment is now in serious need of revision, because reader Ryan Dunsmore has spotted something we all missed — something that instantly catapults Super Bowl XLVI into the uni-verse’s most . . . → Read More: Super Bowl Was Super-Uni-Riffic After All

Wanna Change That Number? Not So Fast!

You probably heard a few weeks ago that MLB and the players’ union had reached an agreement on a new labor deal. The players have ratified it, but the owners haven’t done so yet (they’re set to vote on it tomorrow and are expected to approve it). Since the deal isn’t officially ratified . . . → Read More: Wanna Change That Number? Not So Fast!