Archive | April, 2011

Guillen gets benched two games for Tweets

Peter Woodfork from MLB confirmed this is the first incident where the league had to deal with a player, coach or manager breaking the social media rules by Tweeting during a game.

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Derek Lowe arrested for DUI (VIDEO)

Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Derek Lowe was arrested Thursday night and charged with DUI, making an improper lane change and reckless driving. Here’s the police cam video of the arrest.

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NFL Draft, Goodell dodges boos and heckles

The 2011 NFL Draft first round is in the books and went smoothly once Roger Goodell dodged boos and heckles from the NFL fans attending the Radio City event in New York.

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Penguins Conner blooper penalty shot (VIDEO)

Here is an instructional You Tube video for skaters of all ages that features Penguins Chris Conner showing how NOT to perform on a penalty shot.

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NY Knicks get Bitch Slapped

So now the question becomes, are the Celtics that good or are the Knicks that bad?

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Selig, MLB takes over Dodgers team

Major League Baseball announced that Frank McCourt has been relieved of his day-to-day duties and financial management of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the league will take over from here.

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Braves routine has changed without Cox

In his first month at the helm, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez has made it clear he isn’t afraid to change the team’s daily routine.

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Wladimir to face Haye in unification bout

Adding hype to the fight is the fact Haye infamously donned a shirt showing him in a boxing ring holding the decapitated heads of Wladimir and his brother Vitali, another top heavyweight fighter.

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Heat, Celtics, Bulls jump out to fast starts

While the Heat, Celtics and Bulls all jumped out to 2-0 leads in their best-of-seven NBA Eastern Conference Playoff series, southern rivals Orlando and Atlanta have a tighter battle going.

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Barry Bonds jury explains verdict

Barry Bonds’ criminal trial came to a close when a jury found him guilty of the one count of obstruction of justice but were deadlocked on the remaining counts of perjury.

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