Pepitone’s recently released memoir of his time playing in Chicago in the early 70’s details accounts of bleacher fans throwing him marijuana cigarettes, often called joints, while he was on the field.
"That's definitely been the biggest adjustment for me. It really came as a shock at first, but if you think about it, it makes sense," Winston told reporters assembled at Buccaneers minicamp. "In college, good teams might have six or seven potential NFL criminals, but once you get to the league, even the 53rd guy on the roster can be a top-level criminal."
Beckham's walk-off home run provided the theatrics for the South Side Father's Day matinee. But this was no coincidence as Beckham has sworn off playing on non-parental holidays.
In the middle of an 8-game losing streak and sitting in the bowels of the AL Central, the White Sox front office has decided to move on from the failed Robin Ventura era, and have named 1990s pet detective, Ace Ventura, as the new manager.
"We were having a great time and the fans seemed to really be into it. Next thing I know, Stan is chewing me out. Who knew he was so into Macklemore? Now I'm scared I'll be playing for Buffalo next season."
“First in the Central Division. First in the National League. First in violating cyber-security worldwide, every American is grateful for the Cardinals diligence in cracking these uber-secured websites,” Mr. Obama said in a White House Rose Garden ceremony.
Kane casually asks bartender how much, hypothetically, it would cost to fill Stanley Cup with a frozen margarita
"I'm just asking for a friend, like, would you just fill it up for free, or would it be a few hundred bucks, you know, if you made a margarita big enough to fit inside the Stanley Cup. Not that I would fill the Stanley Cup with a frozen margarita, even though that does sound delicious and refreshing, but, like, you know, I'm just wondering. If you would do it. I mean could do it. Hypothetically."
Cossette Chicago is trying to bring the Blackhawks as much luck as possible.