Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Belichick introduces new NFL Sherpa Wear line of clothing

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has become well-known for insisting on dressing like a Sherpa mountain guide on the sidelines. This has inspired the coach to introduce his own line of “NFL Sherpa Wear” for those who also wish to resemble unbathed, mud-covered mountain folk.

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Manny Ramirez hopes to make stop with Cubs as he continues down ladder of...

“I have accomplished all I want to in this game, from winning World Series to hair growth to getting suspended for steroids,” said the slugger as he climbed on the actual Devil Ray in the Tropicana Field tank for a quick ride. “Weeeeee, riding this fish is fun!"

Last Garciaparra Cubs jersey in captivity dies

More than five years of attempts to preserve the endangered Nomar Garciaparra Cubs jersey have come up short, it was learned early Sunday. The last known Garciaparra No. 5 met its end when its caretaker, 31-year-old Phil Hurley of Des Plaines had much of his wardrobe set aflame by his ex-girlfriend during an epic fight that subsequently ended the couple’s relationship.

Red Sox on pace to out-suck Cubs for first time since 1945

“We don’t care if the fans are behind us or not,” said DH David Ortiz. “If we suck that bad, we won’t even need Boston fans following because all the Yankee fans will start pulling for us to lose. So it’s a win-win situation no matter how bad it gets.”

Hockey passes Rhino Chasing to become world’s 143rd most popular sport

The NRC took a huge blow this week as ESPN made the shocking announcement the NHL had officially passed rhino chasing to become the 143rd most popular sport in the nation. Speculation fueled the NRC rumor for months when one of the veteran rhinos from Team Boston took a hard fall against Team Los Angeles during an intense and grueling match in February.

Soriano to skip Cubs-Red Sox series after nightmare about ‘green monster’ at Fenway

“People say it eats left fielders alive,” said Soriano, still clutching the teddy bear he sleeps with each night. “Even Senior Tickles can’t protect me from the ‘Monstruo Verde.’ It’s a good thing I sleep with my helmet on or he would have eaten my cabeza.”