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The Expos are relocating to Washington, D.C. Here's what I don't get. Next season, they have to play 22 home games at the Spanish embassy.
MLB is still negotiating an appeasement with Orioles owner Peter Angelos to get his approval for the Expos' move to D.C. So far, the best offer they've come up with is a game-worn Camilio Pascual jersey and a day of beauty at a Georgetown spa.
There is speculation that the Orioles might move into the NL East and create a natural rivalry with the Expos. Tough adjustment. Boog Powell's Camden Yards barbecue would have to give up the DH.
In a surprise move, the Angels suspended Jose Guillen for the rest of the season and the playoffs after the outfielder threw a tantrum. This wasn't the first such incident with Guillen. The difference was in the past when he threw a tantrum, he hit the cut-off man.
The Dodgers and Angels combined this season to sell an unprecedented seven million tickets. And this is really impressive. Over 250 fans have stayed for all nine innings.
Meanwhile, did you see the debate? Wasn't that shocking when Kerry promised to send white go-go boots to the troops?
Houston Texans win consecutive games for first time in their history
Damn. In the office pool, I had Week 5. Of 2006.
Elsewhere, the Panthers fined RB Rod Smart an undisclosed amount for missing practice. Let me be the 67th sportswriter to come up with the phrase "He Late Me."
Browns rookie TE Kellen Winslow Jr. was lost for the season after breaking his leg in Week 2. He was trying to recover an onside kick and got his fibula pinned under some hype.
Kobe accuses Shaq of paying hush money
How come I think if Shaq was in a club, he'd only be able to hit on 35 percent of the women?
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