Archive | May, 2011

The “Tractor” Traylor has stopped running

Officials in San Juan reported Robert “Tractor” Traylor was found dead in his oceanfront apartment after apparently suffering a heart attack.

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MLB may be entering the “Era of the Pitcher”

After the 2010 MLB season was coined the Year of the Pitcher, after the start of the 2011 season, we may be entering the Era of the Pitcher.

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Lakers get bitch slapped in sweep

The Lakers pathetic showing during a series they spent half the time as no-shows earned them our Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week.

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Verlander no-hitter one walk away from “perfect”

Verlander became just the 30th player in MLB history to pitch two no-nos with this one being just one walk away from a perfect game.

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Bruins sweep Flyers, two semis series remain

The Red Wings and Sharks will be making a trip to the West Coast for Game 5, joining Nashville and Vancouver as the only remaining teams vying for a spot on the NHL conference finals.

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Indians Shin-Soo Choo DUI arrest video

Indians outfielder Shin-Soo Choo was busted in Ohio on suspicion of DUI. Choo blew a .20 in the breathalyzer, more than double Ohio’s .08 legal limit. Here’s the police cam video.

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MLB homerun race has early surprises

Despite offense being down across Major League Baseball, a number of hitters have started off the year sending balls into the outfield seats, including a few surprises.

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First no-hitter in MLB from unlikely source

The night was chilly but Liriano’s arm wasn’t as he threw 123 pitches and left the mound with a 1-0 no-hit win over the Chicago White Sox after walking six and striking out two through nine innings.

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Mendenhall’s tweets worse than his Super Bowl fumble?

Throwing controversial Tweets out on a day America was feeling closure to 911 was not too bright. In fact, it makes his Super Bowl fumble look like his second-biggest blunder.

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Derrick Rose taking home MVP award

After having a breakout season that included averaging 25 PPG, 7.7 APG and 4.1 RPG, Rose will end LeBron James’ two-year MVP streak.

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