When Cubs manager Lou Piniella saw that his team would be facing last year's Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum of the Giants on Tuesday afternoon, he immediately flew the white flag of surrender.
Just a week ago suggestive photos, allegedly sent by Brett Favre to a former Jets employee, were published on the internet, creating a national stir. Now another great quarterback's sexually inappropriate photographic transmissions have been exposed.
With San Francisco Giants fans openly toking in the stands of AT&T Park during the World Series, federal law enforcement officials have decided to end the war on pot smoking.
Lou Piniella was spotted at a suburban Florida shopping center over the weekend, where he was working part-time as a mall Santa Claus.
The film "Moneyball" opens this weekend and is already receiving rave reviews from critics across the country, despite a major factual error that depicts the Oakland A's winning the 2002 World Series over the Giants in highly dramatic, walk-off fashion.
"This is terrible news," said Sanchez, who shouldn't miss any playing time with the injury. "I had five cover shoots lined up for the next month: Esquire, Vanity Fair, SI for Kids, Real Simple and Scientific American. Now they're all gone."