Found January 11, 2013 on
The Rhino and Compass:
Took the Jeopardy online test yesterday. I’ll keep you posted.
Sammy Sosa is on the internet!
Skip Bayless also is on the internet, and that’s not good.
The first real tennis tournament of the year starts soon.
North Dakota State 67, IP-Fort Wayne 55 – Mostly, I just assume none of you know where IPFW is if I don’t spell it out.
Football League Championship
Blackburn 1, Wolverhampton 1 – The Rovers hired a new manager today, pulling someone named Appleman from Blackpool.
BEST OF MAXIM
NOW THAT'S SOMETHING
It’s been a while since we checked in on our old pal Sammy Sosa. And we were thrilled to find out that he’s doing well. We were even more thrilled to find out via Deadspin that he has a Pinterest page. And it’s a Pinterest page that you should visit every single day for the rest of your life. Why? Because it has to be the best Pinterest page on Pinterest. Just has to be. [Pinterest...
Previously pigment-challenged train wreck (he seems to be doing better now on that front) and former MLBer Sammy Sosa may have not garnered enough votes that would have led to his induction into the Hall of Fame, but even before he heard the disappointing news, he was already laying the groundwork for bigger and better things. Or something. You see, Sosa has been hard at work building...
Sammy Sosa wants YOU to enjoy his Pinterest page.
Former slugger Sammy Sosa didn’t garner enough votes this year for induction into Baseball’s Hall of Fame, but that doesn’t mean the former Cub/White Sox/Orioles/Rangers superstar hasn’t been keeping his name in the spotlight. Recently it was discovered that Sosa has his own Pinterest page, and it is nothing short of remarkable...
Sammy Sosa has joined Pinterest (and Twitter, as well). Looking at some of the pictures that he has pinned gives you a bizarre idea into what the former Cubs legend has been up to since retiring. Here's Sammy Sosa in a Mr Rogers-esque sweater. Here's Sammy Sosa, businessman, in a suit that looks like it was plucked straight out of the 1980s. Here's Sammy...
Former Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa is just one of the many retired professional athletes that has tried to get their name back in the spotlight by joining social media. He joined Twitter (@TheRealMr609) back in October, and he has more recently taken his talents to the popular photo sharing/social network site, Pinterest.
Naturally, hearing about Sammy Sosa joining Pinterest...
First reported by Deadspin and then picked up by the world, the great Sammy Sosa wants to let you know that he is in fact the real Sammy Sosa on Pinterest (also on Flickr).
The way Sammy is going to do that is by posting variations of the same two photos over and over again with the same caption.
“Sammy Sosa. Yes, I’m the real Sammy Sosa, and this is my Pinterest.”
NewsTags: Baseball Hall of FameMark McGuireMLB Hall of FameSammy SosaDo you remember the summer of 1998 when the nation’s sportswriters were fawning over Mark McGuire and Sammy Sosa. Baseball had been suffering from the strike of 1994-5 and needed something to bring it back. According to the baseball writers of America, McGuire and Sosa were...
No HOF, but his Pinterest is unbelievable..
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at work look like a tool on a daily basis? Does your dog lick his balls in an odd fashion? Is your neighbor working on some sort of outer space vehicle behind his shed? We want your WTF photos.
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It was announced earlier this afternoon that a few of the primary faces of the dreaded Steroid Era, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa, were justifiably denied entry into the Hall of Fame by members of the Baseball Writers’ … Continue reading →