Is there really anyone out there (other than maybe Yankees fans) who doesn't want
Sure, he looks less like a Hall of Fame pitcher than he does an insurance claims adjuster or a random uncle, but that's part of the Smoltz Charm. He also seems like a guy you could have an intelligent conversation with over a couple of beers.
After watching Lange, a veteran co-host of
More telling than the comedian's jokes at the expense of the Dallas Cowboys and Buck himself was Buck's inability to come back at Lange and hold his ground. He backed down while appearing to not want to seemingly stoop to Lange's level, which, while over the top, made the show pretty entertaining.
After winning his record 10th championship, Jackson really has no reason to come back. He passed
That said, Jackson has one year left on his Lakers contract, and the allure of further separating himself from Auerbach, keeping the boss' VP daughter happy and doin' enough work with Kobe to get him into
The Blue Jays' Halladay has been typically unhittable on his way to a 10-1 record, while Ibañez has been a more-than-pleasant surprise, hitting 22 homers and knocking in 59 runs for the Phillies.
Unfortunately for their respective teams, the fibers of their adductor muscles decided to slightly tear. It almost sounded like I didn't just now look up the official medical definitions of "groin" and "strain," doesn't it?
With the NBA draft approaching,
With their ratings going back and forth since Conan started a few weeks ago, the late-night race became a lot more interesting, and not just because of which show had more viewers. For the first time since the early '90s, there are two funny late-night hosts from which to choose.
On one hand, the edge could go to Conan because he's younger and willing to take more chances with his bits -- both in the studio and out in L.A.. On the other hand, Letterman is as good as ever, but just in a phase of his career in which he seems to embrace being an elder statesman who truly doesn't care what most people think of him.