Hot Clicks: Women of the 2000s, fan goes 0-19 at Nationals games
Penelope Cruz : Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
In Game Now doesn't reminisce about the decade. It's focused solely on 2009, which it has dubbed "The year of the pregnant athlete and WAG."
Yes, the Washington Nationals had a rough year. But this story is still pretty amazing. A fan went to 19 Nats games. The team's record in those games? Yup, 0-19. The organization should step up here and give this guy free front-row seats to Opening Day next year.
Slash :: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images
Yesterday's thrilling comeback by the Dodgers was bookended by Slash's playing the national anthem and Vin Scully's giving us another memorable call. (For Scully's call of the full inning, click here.) As for Matt Holliday's blunder, well, as you can imagine, reaction in St. Louis hasn't been good.
A few of you have written in to tell me to take it easy on Chip Caray. I promise to take it easy on him tonight. Of course, I'll be at the Yankees game, so I won't have to hear him, but that's beside the point. Anyway, to show that it's not just me and Hot Clicks Nation who have issues with Chip, check out this blistering piece by The New York Times' Richard Sandomir.
If you missed the biggest sports story from earlier this week, you weren't the only one.
This William Zabka-esque Alabama fan has mastered the art of trash talking.
If the top 100 women of the 2000s isn't enough to keep you busy all weekend, how about interviews with Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton and Brad Leland (aka Buddy Garrity)?