Jennifer Aniston has spent years talking about her heartbreak over losing Brad Pitt. Like, many times longer than her marriage actually lasted. But even she has to read stories in which Carl Crawford talks about how miserable he was in Boston and think "damn, he needs to let it go."
I suppose that when you play in Tampa, well to be honest St. Petersburg, you get used to people not getting all over you for poor performance because only 100 (estimate) people show up for your games. Well let me let you in on a secret Carl: Boston is a pretty big sports town and they expect players making tens of millions of dollars to perform at a certain level. Perhaps had you done some research and not just signed the biggest contract offered you would have realized that. Saying that people expected you to go 5-for-5 is a little obnoxious, I would have settled for 2-for-5 given what you actually did. Oh and it helps if you can maybe stay healthy and play in at least a third of the games. That being said I am terrified that the Sox will get swept by the red hot Dodgers and blow the surprisingly good season they've had so far, but at least nobody is calling Carl Crawford a bum anymore. What? They still are? Oh my fault.
The playoff picture is beginning to brighten as several teams posted significant wins (and losses) in Week 14. At the other end of the spectrum, we have Houston holding on tight to the #1 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. What will happen? Nobody knows. John Spiggle went 13-3 in Week 14 to take […]
Reblogged from ProHockeyTalk: A pending unrestricted free agent, Sabres goalie Ryan Miller has had "exploratory, get to know each other" talks with Buffalo management, now led by president of hockey operations Pat LaFontaine. And at this point, that's all the talks have been. "I think they're trying to figure out guys they want to ha […]
Reblogged from Planet Futbol - SI.com:[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OSfTdHUtWY&w=627&h=353] Today is the day. The 32 teams vying for the World Cup trophy in Brazil this coming summer will learn their group stage fate in the coming minutes, with all the talk of pots and ping pong balls giving way to matchup breakdowns, feelings of hope, sen […]