By the way, this season all Angels home games will start 15 seconds later so the P.A. announcer can get in the full name of the team.
Due to a contractual dispute 2.4 million New Yorkers are not getting Mets games on cable. Ideally the situation will be resolved soon, and only appearances by the Mets' bullpen will be blacked out.
Dr. James Shortt planning to write a book on steroids and the NFL He's already got a publisher: Random Testing House.
People wonder why the media doesn't beat up on Paul Tagliabue over steroids as much as Bud Selig. Two reasons: 1) The NFL has had a punishment-based policy in effect for 15 years, and 2) it's a lot more fun to beat up on Selig.
Tagliabue endorsed the concept of a new stadium development for the Vikings. But only if Mike Tice is not in charge of seat licensing.
Eagles receiver Freddie Mitchell is one of several NFL players taking classes at Harvard Business School in a league-sponsored educational program. Good move. Because if there's one thing Harvard doesn't have enough of, it's people who like to hear themselves talk.
Filming begins on Venus and Serena Williams's reality show Exciting concept. Every week they vote off another outfit.
Madame Tussaud's wax museum in Las Vegas adds likeness of Andre Agassi And thanks to state-of-the-art technology the statue will slowly distance itself from the wax likeness of Barbra Streisand.
My time is up. You've been great. Enjoy Hot Tuna.
Bill Scheft will soon be hosting an all-sports clich� show on satellite radio.