Just Another Day At The Office
Ozzie Guillen :: Kansas City Star


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First, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen got hit in the face with a foul ball last night. Then, he ripped his team a new one after they lost to the Royals, 2-1. (Thanks to @TKGore for the link.)
Gruesome
Fortunately for Ozzie Guillen, he avoided significant injury after getting hit with the foul ball. Sadly, for Diamondback shortstop, Stephen Drew, he wasn't as lucky last night after sliding awkwardly into home plate.
There's No Excuse For This
It's one thing if someone who wasn't a professional athlete, such as Gary Dell'Abate or Mariah Carey, embarrasses themselves when throwing out a first pitch. But when you're a former major league outfielder such as Doug Glanville, you really should be ashamed.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Lyndsay R. :: Redskins.com
There is a chance the NFL lockout could come to an end today. What better way to celebrate than with cheerleaders, specifically, the Washington Redskins cheerleaders.
Kris Humphries Should Do This, Too
Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson recently celebrated his birthday. The cake he had is a must-see.
News Report Of The Day
Three people were arrested in Ames, Iowa, Sunday after a brawl broke out at a championship softball game for 12-year-old girls. What caused the fight? Playing time. (Thanks to Aaron Jensen, of Forest City, Iowa, for the link.)
Sports Video Of The Day
A fan ran onto the field during last night's Cardinals-Mets game. The takedown stinks, but the key here is the unbelievable ineptness of the Mets security squad.

Wedding Video Of The Day
Jason R., of Arlington, Va., says, "At my friend's wedding over the weekend, the guys knew to dive away from the tossed garter. The women, however, WANT to be married as soon as possible. So this obviously won't end well ... especially with the flower girl on the dance floor too."

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