March, 2009 Archive

24 Ballparks and Counting (Part 2)

March 31, 2009

Completing his tour of All The Ballparks He’s Loved Before, Michael Cox reveals his favorite of the neo-classic fields as well as his vote for Armpit of the Century.

24 Ballparks and Counting (Part 1)

March 28, 2009

The tubes are becoming clogged with ballpark reminiscences, and Michael Cox is not one to miss out on helping delay Ted Stevens’ internets. From Chavez Ravine to the House that Beer Built, see if your memories match up, and complain if they don’t!

Pujols: that Bachelor guy had right idea

March 4, 2009

JUPITER, FL – Torn between his team, his heritage, and his insurance provider, Albert Pujols won’t be playing in the Cardinals’ exibition against the Dominican Republic team tonight. “It’s all about respect. I don’t want to play against them. I don’t feel comfortable with it,” he told reporters this week. Pujols, who is now a […]

Bowden resigns; Nats to interview Larry the Cable Guy

March 2, 2009

VIERA, FL – Washington Nationals GM Jim Bowden surrendered to the cloud over his reputation on Sunday, as he tendered his resignation amidst a federal investigation of signing bonus skimming. Reading a prepared statement, Bowden repeatedly declared his innocence. “My resignation is based upon my realization that my ability to properly represent the Washington Nationals […]

A-Rod leaves game early, possibly for frosty cool drink

March 1, 2009

SARASOTA, FL – Media here were abuzz after the Yankees replaced Alex Rodriguez in the fifth inning of an early-spring-training game on Sunday. Rodriguez declined to speak to the media as he got in a car with teammates Robinson Cano and Mark Teixeira and left the Reds’ complex. However, he did say he would be […]

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