Hugging Harold Reynolds via NationalsPride.com alerts us to an interesting trend that's taken place with the Nationals -- the team is on a run of getting rid of players who have very attractive wives.
Ryan Church and Brian Schneider were shipped to N.Y. in the offseason, and as you can see on HHR, both have very attractive spouses. Also, pitcher John Patterson was just released, and he's married to Miss D.C. 2005, Shannon Schambeau. As both blogs pointed out, Nats shortstop Felipe Lopez should be worried. The woman above is his wife, Jennifer Lopez. Yes, Jennifer Lopez.
ArmchairGM presents The All-Robot Baseball Team. We'll link to anything that mentions Vicky from Small Wonder, who made the roster as a pitcher.
Speaking Of Robots...
Puck That Hit says "Using equal parts hockey savvy and sci-fi geekiness, we've listed the NHL head coaches from all 30 teams and assigned them a Star Wars character based on their record, history, talent, and -- of course -- personality."
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Sports Video Of The Day
Huge props to Erkki Corpuz of Oxnard, Calif., who put together this tremendous video about the Lakers with the lyrics set to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody. One of the best we've ever seen.
Flopping Video Of The Day
Nope, it doesn't take place on the basketball court. It takes place in a courtroom, after one woman taps another on the head. (Thanks to Josh of York, Pa., for sending us the link.)
Parody Video Of The Day
A couple of months ago, we mentioned that we loved Snoop Dogg's video for Sexual Seduction. Now, reader Matt ofSan Marcos, Texas, alerts us that the guy who pulled off the Crank That Kosher Boy parody video is back and he's spoofing Snoop in an awesome video titled, Sexual Dysfunction. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
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