Found October 24, 2012 on
The Money Shot:
San Francisco Giants
St. Louis Cardinals
Los Angeles Kings
Ohio State Buckeyes
This is Prime. You don't want to know where his hands are.
You may have thought that I was just going to gloss over the World Series because my Yankees are out and the Tigers are awful but you failed to acknowledge my love of lying to you. We have so many fans of these two teams (yes YOU, Prime) that it would be borderline criminal of me not to let everyone make wild predictions about it. After the Tigers pooped on my team and the Giants wedged that horseshoe up their asses even farther, we are left with a pretty interesting final battle between Team Trash and Team Ankle Grab. Here are some storylines that I’m looking forward to (although I will likely not watch more than 15 minutes of any game):
1. Will “rust” be perception or reality? That really is the big question, isn’t it? Both teams bring a lot of momentum with them to the World Series but it is unknown if that can be maintained for Detroit. The Tigers are easily the better team on paper here both in the lineup and on ...
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Mendes was bouncing around in pain right up until the point he went live and then he acted like nothing had happened and continued with his report. This...
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After reviewing video of his meltdown against the New York Yankees in the AL championship series opener, Valverde concluded his lower body mechanics were off.
''It's my legs. My legs were a little slow,'' he said Tuesday. ''Now I have the same...
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