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Bill Scheft
September 30, 2002
Thanks, you're too kind. I missed the Emmy Awards. Help me out here: Did Tom Arnold win for Best Supporting Sycophant?
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September 30, 2002

The Show

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In actual baseball news, congratulations to Braves manager Bobby Cox, who won his 1,800th game. To celebrate, Leo Mazzone sat still for two batters.

This is nice. If the Angels win the AL West, Disney promised to waive the height requirement on all rides for David Eckstein.

The Orioles' Mike Bordick set a major league record for consecutive errorless games by a shortstop. (That sound you hear is Cal Ripken getting his equipment bag out of the attic.)

PANTHERS NAME 36-YEAR-OLD RODNEY PEETE PERMANENT STARTER OVER CHRIS WEINKE

Pretty simple. They wanted to go with youth.

What's going on? First, the NFL refused to let Peyton Manning wear black high-tops to honor Johnny Unitas. Now there's a $10,000 fine if any player names his child Weeb.

Before their game against the Bengals, the Falcons gave away Michael Vick bobblehead dolls. Unfortunately, a gang of eight-year-olds showed up from Chicago and tried to take out the knees.

The Cowboys released 410-pound offensive lineman Aaron Gibson. Insiders believe he may come back. You know, gravity.

NFL Films is already planning a documentary on Gibson's career: My Big Fat Freak Waiving.

TIGER WOODS WINS FIFTH WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT

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