Apologies but time constraints this evening will force me to forgo most of the usual commentary. I have every confidence that you can more than compensate for my lack of snark in your comments below.
Former Cubs infielder Ronny Cedeno signed a one-year, $1.15M deal to back up Rafael Furcal for the St. Louis Cardinals. For those of you who hated Cedeno in his Cubs tenure for his inconsistent hitting and frequent fielding gaffes, feel free to release the hounds.
Last week I mentioned how happy I am to have the NHL back in my life, and that was before the Blackhawks had racked up a team-record six wins to start the season. If you haven’t been watching, you can catch up with the highlights here.
After several weather delays, Tiger Woods won the Farmers Insurance Open Monday, the 75th tournament victory of his career–just seven back of the all-time record. It was Woods’ eighth victory at Torrey Pines, a course I absolutely own on his PGA Tour 10 game for Nintendo Wii.
In the spectrum of difficult stolen items to resell, $65,000 worth of frozen chicken wings has to be at the extreme far end, right?
A 88 year-old man loved Burger King so much that his family drove his funeral procession through the drive-thru and buried him with a Whopper Jr. America!