Sunday, February 24, 2008

Sunday Stories

Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Jay Mariotti is exasperated that Rex Grossman is back with the Bears... "Have you ever seen such a sorry quarterback hold a city hostage for so long? Welcome to Year Six of Turnoversaurus Rex, an experiment that should have ended last season but is prolonged to ad nauseum by an organization of dubious competence." ....
  • Jay Mariotti


  • To read more about the Kelvin Sampson fallout, check out the Indianapolis Star...
  • Indianapolis Star


  • The Kansas City Star has an interview with blogger demigod Will Leitch of Deadspin...
  • Will Leitch


  • New York Times reporter Ben Shpigel writes about Sandy Koufax's annual visit to the Mets spring training facility... "Koufax, who has long enjoyed counseling players but rarely, if ever, speaks about it, put himself back into a spotlight that he has tried so hard to avoid." ...
  • Ben Shpigel


  • New York Times sports columnist George Vecsey writes about the early morning rise for Olympian Michael Phelps in preparation to time change in China... "He is turning his biorhythms upside down because he will be swimming finals in the middle of the morning in August, courtesy of the collaboration between the organizers of the Beijing Summer Games and that most capitalistic of entities, the National Broadcasting Company." ...
  • George Vecsey


  • Seattle Times sports columnist Jerry Brewer writes about the Mariners new pitching coach - Mel Stottlemyre... "He has mastered the subtlety of coaching. Even this early in spring training, with a staff he barely knows, Stottlemyre can make his points through looks and body language. When he speaks, he's normally positive." ...
  • Jerry Brewer
  • 1 comment:

    Helen said...

    >He is turning his biorhythms upside down

    Mya-ha-ha
    Nobody can turn and tweaks own biorhythms. Only nature does it. Sometimes. Learn more about biorhythms:
    http://www.whitestranger.com/introduction.htm

    thanks!