Originally Posted by wrogers37
If you would have been at the Browns game on August 19, 1951 and purchased a scorecard, we have a replica copy which we will soon offer to fans.
It's a 100% exact replica of the August 19, 1951 scorecard between the St. Louis Browns and the Detroit Tigers. This is when midget, Eddie Gaedel, came up to bat as the first batter in the second game of the team's double header. This event has been identified in some circles as the #1"event" in the history of major league baseball.
In other news: Mason Williams, was charged with driving under the influence following a traffic stop in Florida
Not something that's going to please Cashman and Co.
On the morning of Saturday January 20, I awoke with such excruciating pain in my lower back, I couldn't walk or stand upright. So I went back to bed, where, for the better part of the next month, I stayed, trying to find a comfortable position (no easy task). I was essentially crippled, and nothing short of morphine would help alleviate the pain.
The results of an MRI showed extreme herniations of all five lumbar disks, pinching the root nerve, which caused additional severe pain
Updated 03-30-2013 at 08:30 AM by milladrive
Taught my younger son early to not think of the change up as a slower pitch but as a fast ball with a different grip. He has been quite effective with it. A couple of coaches have called it filthy.
Some claim that Roger Clemens' legacy has been tarnished by recent events. In a hit piece in the New York Daily News, four "expert" writers (Michael O'Keefe, Nathaniel Vinton, Teri Thompson and Christian Red), pathetically attempt to explain why Clemens cannot win, even if he is exonerated in his perjury trial.
The first thing that is attacked is the respect Clemens has enjoyed. Once the Mitchell Report named him, it dropped precipitously.
Next is the belief