We haven't heard much about Bronson Arroyo's singing since he went from Boston to Cincinnati, but RedSoxMonster changes that. They have video of the pitcher singing The Fray's Over My Head (Cable Car) at a charity event last weekend.
'A Bigger Rock Star Than Elvis, The Beatles'
Brahsome.com comes through in a big way by pulling this clip of Brent Musburger and Steve Lavin talking about our favorite sideline reporter, Erin Andrews, during last night's Illinois-Wisconsin game. The headline above is just one of the things Lavin said about her.
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Home Run Derby gives us a history lesson on how Harry Caray's classic seventh-inning stretch singing came about. It didn't start with the Cubs. In fact, HRD provides video of Caray singing the song at Comiskey Park, while imploring the crowd to "root, root, root for the White Sox."
The Philadelphia Soul are by far and away our favorite Arena football team. Now, we've never watched an Arena League game and the only reason for this is that we're stuck in the '80s and Bon Jovi is our favorite band of all time and Livin' on a Prayer is our favorite song of all time (feel free to make fun of us). But now we have another reason to cheer for the Soul -- their dancers. (Thanks to Matthew Price of Philadelphia for sending us the link.)
It's Raining Again
We weren't sure about posting this because Pacman Jones is pretty much old news now, but the story was just too damn funny to pass up.
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