Meanwhile, I think George Steinbrenner may be starting to crack. After the Yankees suffered their worst loss ever, 22-0 to the Indians, he ordered Brian Cashman to spare no expense and make a deal for the scoreboard.
Yankees starter Kevin Brown broke two bones in his left hand when he punched a wall in the clubhouse during a loss to the Orioles. Damn. Why couldn't he have punched a wall en route to the clubhouse, then we could have renamed the passageway the metacarpal tunnel.
Wow, this was quick. The Red Sox voted the wall half a World Series share.
The Astros are back in the wild-card hunt. Phil Garner has shaken things up. He changed the "take" sign from touching his belt to holding up Carlos Beltran's contract.
CBS developing sitcom based on life of Bob Knight Good move. How much better would that video of him choking Neil Reed have been with a laugh track?
Which title do you like better: Everybody Loves Raving; Bleep, Dear; or CSI: Lubbock?
Wait a minute. Just cast Ted Danson in the lead and call it Bicker.
The next step is having a writer fly to Texas Tech and spend time with Knight at work and home. CBS just needs to find the right guy, with the right insurance.
Olympic stars Phelps, Patterson and Gatlin on Wheaties box Gymnast Paul Hamm was not selected, but he could be featured on a new cereal from Kellogg's, Sugar Frosted Asterisks.
Complaint against Charles Barkley dropped The whole thing was a misunderstanding. Turns out an indecent assault charge cannot be filed by a buffet table.