Good to be here. My brackets are all screwed up. I thought 50 Cent versus The Game was considered a play-in.
MLB turns out to be hard at hearings
Tough day for Mark McGwire. The only way it could have gone worse is if he'd seen Congressman Waxman hugging the Maris family.
Did you notice they didn't use a Bible to swear people in? They were probably worried Jose Canseco would open it, take out a pen and ask, "Who should I make this out to?"
I don't understand this. When Canseco was sworn in, he raised his right hand and placed his left on Manny Alexander's glove compartment.
Under oath, Bud Selig told the committee he was not aware of steroid abuse until the late 1990s. Who's he getting his legal advice from, Lil' Kim?
The House committee requested drug records from Major League Baseball for the last 35 years. Selig's office sent two dozen boxes of files marked RED JUICE RECIPES.
The congressmen said they weren't trying to get players to squeal on others. And it was true. I'd have to check the transcript, but I believe the only name named was the Lord.
I felt bad for Sammy Sosa and Rafael Palmeiro. You know they're going to be fined by Peter Angelos for appearing on TV in D.C.
Former Nebraska football coach turned congressman Tom Osborne is a member of the Committee on Government Reform. He did not ask a question. That's funny. I was assuming he'd go for two.