By applause, how many of you thought Lee Westwood is where John Wooden buys jeans?
BASEBALL'S SECOND SEASON BEGINS
Of course, it's not official until George Steinbrenner switches from the lightweight all-cotton turtleneck to the 50-50 cotton-poly blend.
Attendance at Atlanta's Turner Field was down 200,000 this season. So the old adage is true: Fans will only put up with a winning team for so long.
The Angels are feeling very good. Last week the players voted half a series share to Danny Glover.
In other baseball news Pete Rose returned to Cincinnati to play in a softball game with other former major leaguers. More than 40,000 fans showed up. What a shame. Pete had under 39,500.
Pete went 1 for 2 and dived headfirst into third base. His stomach should stop jiggling by Game 2 of the NLCS.
RANDY MOSS WORKS IN AND OUT OF TRAFFIC
Moss was arrested after bumping a traffic control agent with his car. I guess it occurred outside the five-yard legal chuck zone.
Randy spent a night in jail. He used his one phone call to tell Daunte Culpepper he was open.