Snarf (snärf): A humorous occurrence and/or person, specifically one relating to the world of sport

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Grand Rapids, MI

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Posts by Eric Ralph

Tigers Beat White Snarfs 8-6

Cabrera. The Tigers trailed 1-0 in the bottom of the first behind, once again, leaving the announcers’ volume too high. Once I adjusted, Miguel Cabrera singled Ian Kinsler home to tie the game. Cabrera continued his day at the plate with a two-run homer. The Tigers scored five runs that inning. Later on, Detroit tacked on two more runs [...]

Clippers Even Series

138-98. 35 from Blake Griffin on zero fouls. 10 assists from Chris Paul and Darren Collison.

Peter Gabriel – Solsbury Hill

Three 6 Mafia – Stay Fly

Tigers Take Series from Angels

Detroit gave up 11 runs in the opener, but proved they could play better all-around ball by taking the next two games. Max Scherzer and Rick Porcello pitched magnificently

RR Steps Up His Game

Playing baseball is best on natural grass. Why can’t watching it be, too? via Reilly – High and outside in Colorado – ESPN.

Please, No More Instant Replay

We can’t take it. Let them review it themselves: beyond two replays on the television hurts our brains!

RIP Hurricane

Men At Work – Down Under

Red Wings Take Game One

Jimmy Howard and the Detroit Red Wings shutout the Boston Bruins to win game one. Howard stopped everything the Bruins threw at him. He made some amazing saves, or they’d have definitely scored. Neither team could break the silence for two periods. However, Pavel Datsyuk passed it to himself through his legs, then took a shot with three [...]

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