Hot Sports Wife/Ex/Girlfriend of the Day
May we present...
The ex-Mrs. Jeff Bagwell!!
Is it just me or do pro athletes that are not doing very well seem to have a higher propensity for "quitting" due to an injury or illness more often than when things are going well?
Thanks to Steve Rushin's column in the latest SI, I now must do this.
A headline/link on Yahoo!:
For those of you that JUST CAN'T WAIT...
From the Washington Post --
Stop doing that!
Today is Wednesday - the day after the All-Star Game - the worst day in sports. No baseball in the middle of the season. No stats to check. No games to watch. No nothin'. The two days prior to the worst day in sports are only somewhat liveable in that there is the (yechh) Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game. They are merely a mirage to fool us into thinking we are watching baseball, but today, alas, we have nothing.
For all of you sick, twisted individuals who will bet on anything:
Thanks to enterprising and soon-to-be Pulitzer winner Clay Travis over at CBS Sportsline, I was made aware that there are actual rules to Wiffle Ball. This I did not know. As Clay points out, in the actual rules, you do not have runners, thus you cannot throw the ball at someone to make an out. Who made up these rules?! What's the fun in that?