Archive | June, 2011

Declare your independence sports fans

Heading into Independence Day weekend, sports fans usually look forward to the half-way point of the MLB season, the opening of NFL camps and the beginning of NBA free agency but 2011 is different.

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Supreme Court rules against Clemens

First the appellate court ruled that Clemen’s case couldn’t be brought to Texas federal court and now the Supreme Court has refused to listen to Clemens’ case.

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McCourt victorious in bankruptcy court

Under the plan, McCourt will borrow $150 million from private financiers, $60 million of which is expected to be funneled to the Dodgers’ owner.

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Phoenix Coyotes buyer bails out

It appears that the financial savior for the nearly defunct Phoenix Coyotes has taken his ball of cash and is going home, no longer willing to play.

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NASCAR “Gentlemen, start your demolition derby!”

After last weekend’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 race at Infineon Raceway, NASCAR may want to start their future races with “Gentlemen, start your demolition derby!”

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Ochocinco plans to wrestle alligator

After riding a bull in Georgia in a stunt that last about a half of a second, Ochocinco now says he’s planning to wrestle an alligator.

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River Plate soccer fans riot; again

The violence spread outside the stadium where River Plate rioters were greeted by tear gas, rubber bullets, water cannons and police attack dogs.

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Mexico wins 4-2 over U.S. on “home field”

The U.S. soccer team took their “home field” yesterday to chants of “Burro” and “Donkey” when each individual American player was announced.

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Tigers ace Verlander on career-best run

Over his last six starts, Verlander has compiled a 6-0 record and 0.72 ERA and that’s not including the no-hitter on May 7 against the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Blackhawks still swinging salary cap axe

One thing for sure, anyone who hasn’t attended a Blackhawks game since that Stanley Cup team took the ice, better buy a game program to see who’s occupying the roster.

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