December 08, 2010
The Other Yankee-Actress Couple
Joanna Garcia :: Michael Tran/Getty Images

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Today's New York Post has plenty of details about Nick Swisher's wedding this Saturday. The Yankee outfielder is marrying actress Joanna Garcia, who currently stars in the ABC sitcom, Better With You. But as I mentioned a while ago, Garcia's most memorable role came in the highly underrated Not Another Teen Movie, in which she played Sandy Sue, the cheerleader with Tourette's syndrome. I'd link the clip here, but it's one filthy curse word after another, so I don't think I'm allowed. Anyway, congratulations to the happy couple.
Speaking Of Athlete Weddings...
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw recently got hitched, and baseball was a big theme of his wedding. His bride wore a Dodgers jersey for some pictures; they both wore sneakers and a baseball mitt was part of the cake.
Brawl Of The Day
I'll be honest: I enjoyed the play-by-play call more than this brawl from a recent Elite Ice Hockey League game.
Rocky Was Fictional, Right?
Sylvester Stallone :: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Inductees into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum were announced yesterday. Mike Tyson was a first-ballot selection. Sylvester Stallone will also be inducted. Yes, Sylvester Stallone.
A Tale Of Two Goals
Eran Zahavi of the Hapoel Tel Aviv soccer team pulled off a classic bicycle kick goal on Monday. Also, this happened to the FC Twente club on Tuesday.
Random Links
The Jets need help at safety and reached out to free agent Keith Fitzhugh. He turned them down, however, so he could keep his job as a train conductor. ... If you're attending any of the 35 bowl games, you'll want to consult this travel guide.
Live News Video Of The Day
She bounces back nicely.

Historical Video Of The Day
John Lennon was killed 30 years ago today. As you know, America found out from announcer Howard Cosell during Monday Night Football.

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