A’s 2 GB in AL West to Rangers. Other notable series: Rays/Orioles Red Sox/Yankees Tigers/Royals White Sox/Indians Cardinals/Reds Dodgers/Giants
Monthly archives for September, 2012
Tigers 2 Twins 1 AL CENTRAL: CWS 3 GB Three games left. Tigers own tiebreaker meaning a one-game playoff in Detroit IS THE MINIMUM OUTCOME FOR DETROIT. We will be playing more than 162. Games 160, 161, and 162 will take place in Kansas City, all at 8:00 PM.
In Minny, it’s time to remind snarfs how ass Ponder is!
“(Garnett) doesn’t need to be talking to our team anyway, so it’s all good,” Dwyane Wade said. “(Allen) doesn’t look too bad in a Heat uniform. At first it was weird but now I’m getting used to it.” The Heat host the Celtics to open the season on Oct. 30. via Miami Heat’s Ray Allen […]
Game #158 CWS 2 GB
“I drank way too much beer to lose that game.” -Oldschool Amen.
With five games left, Detroit has a one game lead on the White Sox in the American League Central Division. Tomorrow, the Twins/Tigers play at 4:00 PM on FOX nationally. Justin Verlander is Detroit’s starter, snarfs.
The executives presided over last year’s Tustin Junior Pee Wee Red Cobras, a team of mainly 10- and 11-year-olds. The Orange County Register says a group of parents alleges that head coach Darren Crawford and an assistant coach offered players cash for getting big hits and for knocking rivals out of playoff games last season. […]
#SouthParkIsGod The NFL and the NFL Referees Association reached an agreement late Wednesday night to end the referee lockout, the league confirmed via NFL, officials reach agreement to end lockout – Chicago Bears – ESPN Chicago.
Of all the Royal errors, the scoring team rules this one a clean double – fuck yea. Detroit – Bottom of 9th SCORE Tim Collins pitching for Kansas City KC DET T Collins relieved A Crow. 4 4 P Fielder doubled to shallow center.
Awaiting the Rays/White Sox outcome, Detroit sits at 1.5 games ahead of Chicago.
Why worry about protecting the field with the best refs? It’s not like there’s a giant concussion and health problem in the NFL. The Green Bay/Seattle call pushed it over the top.
Video: Jon Stewart Says Mitt Romney’s Dad, One of the 47%, Would Not Vote for Him.
Finally, over the past several decades, policymakers have essentially relied more on the EITC to supplement low wages and less on the minimum wage, which they have allowed to decline by 19 percent in purchasing power since its peak in 1968 (i.e., the minimum wage has fallen by 19 percent in inflation-adjusted dollars). For all […]