Sure, we all wanted
It's one thing to reach 250 wins (as Moyer did Sunday), but it's another to do it as a 46-year-old pitcher still consistently contributing to a defending World Series champion. If nothing else, you have to hand it to him for piling up the victories with the distractions of both the Korean War and then the Cuban Missile Crisis looming over the country.
The Cavs' big man and former starter for the championship Pistons team appears to be considering retirement after 13 seasons. Wallace became known for his focus on winning defense, hair, team play, and an uncanny ability to get paid $14.5 million dollars this season for 2.9 PPG and 6.5 RPG. Actually, let's also add "the ability to hire an awesome agent" to his extensive list of talents.
It's not that the commercials weren't good, it's just that maybe if you're Nike or Vitamin Water, you hold off on the full ad campaign a little while. On the bright side, if Game 6 of Cavs-Magic is brought up in a Nike commercial next year, they won't need to hire a voice-over actor for the LeBron puppet.
After a promising start, it looks like the Mariners are officially fading and now putting pretty much everyone on the trading block. Another blow to the sports city that just can't seem to catch a break. There's no real silver lining here ... well, except for the slight possibility of
Granted, a 37-6 Florida State victory is probably an aberration when they're doing it against another team in the NCAA Regionals, but this looked to have been pretty gruesome. While trying to understand how such a lopsided game could happen, I scoured the Ohio State baseball page and -- you won't believe this -- but there isn't a single guy on the team named "Chien-Ming" or with the last name "Wang." I smell a cover-up.
Clearly, Larcher de Brito is a capable, upcoming tennis player, but something peculiar happens every time she makes contact -- she lets out
So there's no Preakness champ, mint juleps, or Southern women wearing crazy hats? At least tell me that