Archive | March, 2011

Bonds mistress labeled gold-digger, liar

Kim Bell didn’t disappoint the media who was standing by when she spoke about testicles, acne and hair loss but then Bonds’ lawyers got their turn to break down the testimony.

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Bonds mistress talks hair loss and testicles

In a much anticipated testimony, Barry Bonds former mistress, Kimberly Bell, took the stand for the prosecution to testify at the slugger’s perjury trial.

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Tiger Woods ends Bay Hill in 24th

Tiger Woods ended his weekend trek through Arnold Palmer’s signature Bay Hill course with a -1 for the tournament, tied for 24th place.

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NFL lockout turns into war of “love letters”

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sat right down and wrote a letter. . . and the NFL players didn’t much appreciate it. . . so they wrote one back.

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Cubs’ Quade faces huge challenge

Cubs new manager realizes performance of the last six weeks of last season didn’t make a whole season and there’s a lot of work ahead of him.

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Bonds perjury trial awaits mistress’ testimony

After three days, the federal criminal trial of Barry Bonds concluded with major prosecution witnesses planting seeds that may bear fruit.

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Randy Johnson hits bird with pitch (VIDEO)

The incident happened 10 years ago this month when a Big Unit fastball turned the bird into a cloud of feathers, shocking the crowd and catcher Rod Barajas. Here’s the video.

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Flyers Pronger may miss rest of season

Pronger appeared to have a lot left in the tank and was showing signs of deserving to keep a top spot on the Flyers’ blueline then injury struck.

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Braves coach loses eye from foul ball

Luis Salazar, a minor league manager in the Atlanta Braves organization lost his left eye this week, six days after being struck in the face by a foul ball during a Braves Spring Training game.

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Will prospects boycott NFL Draft?

The game continue between the NFLPA and NFL. That said, NFL draft prospects are deciding on whether or not to boycott the annual draft this April.

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