“I didn’t finish my senior year at Sam Houston State,” McCown told Bears.com. “Now with Jay back as the starter, I’ll have more time.”Read More
GM Rick Hahn said he decided to use the site “to meet new ball players without all the hassle. We just don’t have the time to schedule dates to meet with all of the players with whom we want to court.”
Team president Theo Epstein has worked overtime to create ways to save on costs with the club’s austerity program extending to the winter meetings held at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando Florida.
“We’d have to get a guy in scoring position first,” admitted Cubs President Theo Epstein. “Then we’d have to somehow force a play at the plate. Until that happens more than three times per season, I really don’t see this rule affecting us very much.”
Carl Weathers, master thespian and former Oakland Raider, watches every NFL game from his man cave to compile his weekly Power Rankings exclusively for Heckler readers. Mr. Weathers, despite playing only eight career NFL games, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.
While he hasn’t pitched in the major leagues since 2006, Prior thought it worthy of holding a retirement event because of his role as the pitcher who blew Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS playoff against the Marlins.
Relationships come and go, but love for your team or favorite athlete, that is something you hold forever. Need convincing? Well, then read on.
When Bostic and Greene finally found their way to Roosevelt Elementary’s cafeteria for fifth period lunch, Bostic was reportedly nudged from the salad bar by an unidentified 2nd grader who disappeared into the crowd. According to witnesses, Greene pursued the youngster but was unable to get a good angle on her.
From waking up excited to watching the actual game, the path from Monday morning to Monday night is a roller coaster of emotions.
The fight escalated after the family’s 85-year-old grandfather coldcocked his 28-year-old grandson, who argued that Gordon Beckham was a much better second baseman than Syd O’Brien, a utility infielder who played in 121 games batting .247 during the 1970 season.