I keed, I keed! That’s exactly how you treat a ballplayer who selfishly kept himself in the lineup game after game despite the fact that he was often a detriment to the success of the team.
At least that’s who I read it.
Yeah, that’s right, blimps and their associated operators and corporate owners, you’re all on notice: the Conan blimp will hereby rule the friendly skies over the MLB Playoffs the entire
Oh, the near-mystical hipster doofism (H/T to my pals at Walkoff Walk for that characterization) which emanates from the aura of Joe Maddon, the bespectacled, fashion-backward (the BRayser, anyone?)
With playoffs beginning tomorrow, TBS has announced a way in which they have ramped up their ability to provide improved coverage of the 2010 MLB Playoffs (a process they began in earnest last year w
After an embarrassingly paltry 12,446 fans showed up at Tropicana Field for a potential postseason-clinching game just days ago, something which the team attempted to make amends for to their dispass
You see, it’s a verbal joke, making it much funnier when told out loud and read. But close your eyes while you’re reading the headline and it is slightly amusing.
New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority has announced that it will be broadcasting clips from the MLB Playoffs in subway cars running the route between Times Square and Grand Cent
Much like TBS did last year when they picked Bon Jovi as the band du jour for the network’s coverage of the 2009 MLB Playoffs, TBS has once again dug deep into dregs of marginally tolerable mus