I Played for Cleveland?
Red Sox outfielder Manny Ramirez was asked if his former team, the Indians, had him tested for attention-deficit disorder. "If they did," said Ramirez, "I don't remember it."
9/11? Man, I Got to Make Payments on My Porsche 911
Red Sox catcher and union representative Scott Hatteberg abandoned plans for a team donation to victims of the Sept. 11 tragedy when some of his teammates refused to give up a day's pay.
Would This Be a Bad Time to Ask for a Day's Pay?
At the team's second workout after Sept. 11, then Red Sox outfielder Carl Everett showed up late, cursed out his manager and called him a racist. He was sent home for the rest of the season and later traded to the Rangers.
And Your Fly Is Down
In a game against the Celtics, Cavaliers forward Lamond Murray was streaking for an uncontested layup when he heard someone shout, "Wrong way!" Murray dribbled into a comer, unaware that the warning had come from Celtics forward Paul Pierce.
Wrong Way! No, Really
Dalibor Bagaric, third-string center for the Bulls, played an entire game against the Heat with his shorts on backward.