Cheap Shots #57: Crunching The Numbers On Bonds.

So, I think I’ve settled into a Tuesday-Friday rotation for Cheap Shots. If you’ve got good stuff, send it to s2nblog@gmail.com by Monday or Thursday evening (of course, I keep many of the links sent on days not those, so it kind of doesn’t matter.)

  • How many homers would Bonds have hit if he’d been playing in a more hitter-friendly park and hadn’t been walked? [Crashburn Alley]
  • I think Sasha Cohen’s cute, but way too short for me. What do you think? [The Big Picture]
  • Getting relegated in the EPL is serious business, and Sheffield United thinks West Ham fucked them over re: Carlos Tevez. [Epic Carnival]
  • Jason Whitlock and Mike DeCourey could stand to learn a lesson: when ripping another writer for writing a column, you could at least read the source material reported originally, too. [The Starting Five]
  • As a wayward attendee of Iowa football games during four years of college (hey, you need a D-I fix if you go liberal arts), the Hawkeye Compulsion brings it all back. Here, they compare the Big 10 schools to assorted vehicles. [The Hawkeye Compulsion]
  • First the former batboy fingers steroid users (apparently), now one of the Mets’ former massage therapists may have been doing something illegal with his fingers. [The Feed]
  • Fox Sports’ online legal analyst Rob Becker takes time to talk to HG on Michael Vick. [You Been Blinded]
  • Catching up with Holley Mangold. [Foul Balls]
  • Cal Ripken, Jr. joins the diplomatic corps. [Stop Mike Lupica]
  • Blah blah, Giambi not getting punished, blah blah, E. T. C. [Rumors and Rants]

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