please let the San Diego padres score three runs on this fine Sunday. I sacrifice to you, both my pictures of Shrek, a couple of star wars back packs, and the coveted AC /DC Hells bells necklace ..
Oh man, great post.
Sorry your Pads came up short at the end WR. Pads/Rangers World Series? Oh we'd have had some fun with that!
Yes doctor, I am sick. Sick of those who are spineless. Sick of those who feel self-entitled. Sick of those who are hypocrites. Yes doctor, an army is forming. Yes doctor, there will be a war. Yes doctor, there will be blood.....
According to to Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports, the D-Backs have hired Kevin Towers to be their next GM, signing him to a guaranteed two-year deal.
old habits die hard.
"The Diamondbacks have signed 37-year old switch hitting infielder Geoff Blum to a 2-year deal." "Trevor Hoffman still wants to close games, and Diamondbacks GM Kevin Towers says he'd be crazy if he didn't at least consider him" "The D-Backs have claimed 36-year old righty reliever Brian Sweeney off waivers from the Mariners. "Arizona signed 3B Sean Burroughs to a minor league contract"
and then there is the one thing Towers does well ..
The Diamondbacks on Friday claimed right-hander Juan Jaime off waivers from the Washington Nationals.. Jaime underwent Tommy John surgery on his right elbow in April and missed all of this season. He hadn’t pitched above Low-A ball but posted a 2.42 ERA in 111 2/3 career innings in the minors, striking out an impressive 146 but walking 71.
don't be surprised to him in the 7th, 8th, or 9th inning a year or two from now.
Jamie and Frank McCourt, who are embroiled in a divorce dispute that could decide ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers, are officially single. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon approved terms of the breakup late last month but the decision wasn't made public until Tuesday. The McCourts were married in 1979 and have four grown sons.
The McCourts are awaiting Gordon's decision on whether a postnuptial marital agreement they signed in 2004 is valid. The 10-page document exists in two versions — one that gives Frank McCourt sole ownership of the Dodgers, and one that doesn't. Jamie McCourt, who filed for divorce in October 2009, wants the agreement thrown out and their assets divided as community property.