Big Lead Sports Bar

4/13/2007

Link the Weekend Away

Seriously, I have a couple hundred links I could use for this space. I'm simply buried in things you've sent in. But we'll have to whittle that down, so here's the best of the best...
Here's the Top 10 Games at PNC Park. Talk about a tough list to compile! But excellent reading.
If you're Bob Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, what do you get your son for his birthday? How about a live appearance from Artie Lange and Baba Booey (April 12th show)

Stu Scott clarifies his "hos" comment from Mike and Mike's show

A great Pens article from Popmatters.com (by the way, there's also a big Pens article in the new ESPN the Magazine)
"Pirates to retire Paul Waner's No. 11". Don't make the same mistake I did, which would be reading that too fast and thinking the Buccos were retiring the jersey of Paul Wagner


Michael Eisner's group is buying the Topps Card Company, so Upper Deck ups the ante of the card market with autographed cards from Greg Brady and Corey Feldman.

Maxim counts down the 10 worst baseball announcers. You're with me, leather.

Is Britney Spears dating Luke Walton?
Best Buy...where the Geek Squad secretly videotapes you in your shower
Who's going to play Anna Nicole in the movie version? Would you believe...Willa Ford?
Here's a great David Blaine spoof video (really funny stuff)
Repeat joke-thief offender Carlos Mencia even steals from the dead, as this YouTube points out.
From the headline says it all department: "Robbery suspect arrested when his leg falls off"

3 comments:

Brad said...

Stu would also claim that he has never pimpsmacked a ho, but that is primarily due to the fact that he often misses to the left.

Steeltown Mike said...

Ron Santo is overrated on that worst announcers list. Rating him as 7 is kind. You can pick up 720AM (WGN in Chi-town) on a clear summer night. On the rare occasions when the Pirates are beating the Cubs, I like to listen to Santo whine. It's a shame, too, because he's partnered with one of the best baseball play-by-play men of all time, IMO, in Pat Hughes.

Brad said...

in response to this list, does that mean we should count ourselves fortunate to listen to Greg Brown? If that is the case, we are living in scary times.