National League MVP Ryan Braun, who last season led the Milwaukee Brewers to their first division title in nearly three decades, has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug and faces a 50-game suspension if the initial finding is upheld, two sources familiar with the case told “Outside the Lines.” via Ryan Braun of Milwaukee Brewers […]
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Day: December 10, 2011
C’mon, Matt Kemp deserved it over Braun to begin with (Prince Fielder? Nice). PEDS.
Technically, I was a professional poker player at age 16. I made 2k+ a month for 6 straight months my Junior Year of HS at 17, the most consistent stretch I ever had to actually participate without life’s distractions. In college, I beat one of the winningest player in online poker history, Elky, in my […]
In October, when an amicable end to the NBA lockout looked unlikely at best, Bryant Gumbel made headlines for criticizing the league’s intransigence during negotiations. In a controversial commentary, he accused NBA Commissioner David Stern of acting like a modern-day plantation owner and “treating NBA men as if they were his boys.” Gumbel was roundly […]
Miami has made their expected splash, retaining James Jones & Mario Chalmers, while signing C Eddy Curry and Shane Battier. They are in rumors of Chauncey Billups… Speaking of Mr. Big Shot, The Pistons added Tayshaun Prince, again. They are cutting Rip Hamilton and also keeping Jonas Jerebko. Tyson Chandler – NY Knick. Caron Butler – […]
This week, I made a general joke stating, “I guess I’m just a simpleton.” A friend replied, “I don’t think you’re simple… snarf,” echoing “snarf” perfectly, as only a snarf could. It was the nicest thing anyone has said to me in a long time.
Its official premiere took place Monday night in Los Angeles, and although attempts were made to arrange a Grand Rapids event, scheduling conflicts with cast members prevented it. Grand Rapids-based theater chain Celebration Cinema staged an “Aziz to G.R.” campaign on Twitter, but the star tweeted in reply, “Unfortunately with the ‘Parks and Rec’ shooting […]
Real Life Case: Set in Eerie, PA 30 Min. or Less: Set in Grand Rapids, MI Real Life Case: Crime masterminded by Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, who sought to bankroll a $125,000 hit on her father to inherit his fortune, working with collaborators Kenneth Barnes, William Rothstein, and Floyd Stockton. 30 Min. or Less: Crime masterminded by […]
Pujols could have had it all, but instead he chose $254 million – MLB – CBSSports.com Baseball News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and Standings. This MMC thinks that Pujols chose LA over St. Louis for 30 Million extra over 10 years. I doubt it. He hasn’t commented yet, but his Hispanic background probably has more to […]