Cheap Shots #54: Joe Morgan Responds To His Critics.

Still living up to the blogger stereotype on Day 3 of vacation posting insanity, although my mom really doesn’t have a basement. Here’s some non-Bonds related stuff!

  • Joe talks ish right back to Phil Mushnick. [Yard Work]
  • Pity the poor Arkansas Razorback fan, as there’s another dispatch from Las Cronicas Locas de Boss Hawg. [Every Day Should Be Saturday]
  • Socialized medicine and trains that refuse to send your fanatic ass to a soccer match without beer. I may have to consider that move to Berlin. [Foul Balls]
  • Rob McPherson, making all other sports anchors look bad again. [Deuce of Davenport]
  • Is there ever a “good” week for O.J. Simpson any more? [Winning the Turnover Battle]
  • Baron, please, PLEASE, tell us you did not go for Teri Hatcher, especially when your friend Jessica Alba is single. [Celebitchy]
  • Ouch. Now THAT is a hit. [The Commission]
  • You can say what you will about mixed martial arts, but they’re a bit more up front about steroids than Selig. Okay, so this breaks the non-Bonds related promise. Fuck it. [100% Injury Rate]
  • Analysis of the complete list of baseball entrance music. I’ve said it before and will say it again: give me Danko Jones’ “We Sweat Blood” when I come in to strike out the side. [Throwbot]
  • Buccaneer fans, your featured running back may have had this herniated disk in his back problem since well before Tampa Bay drafted him. [Juiced Sports Blog]
  • Finally, here’s some goodness from Tom Ziller that adds some charts to map how NBA teams pan out in several categories. [BallHype]

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