Does Cleveland Indians radio voice Tom Hamilton now feel that justice has been served?
Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman suffered facial fractures after being hit by a line drive by Kansas City’s Salvador Perez in a horrific incident during Cactus League play. The four second clip with the sound of ball hitting Chapman’s face is sickening.
Today’s Best: Kate Upton, Bob Knight’s blunder, Mike Leake’s mugshot, and why the Mavericks hate Danny Crawford
In today’s edition, Kate Upton says hello, Bob Knight goes overboard in criticizing Kentucky, Mike Leake’s mugshot reminds me of someone, and an interesting Did You Know that explains why the Dallas Mavericks hate Danny Crawford. And much, much more.
2010 proved that rookies are key to success in the major leagues and in fantasy baseball. The class of 2011 has a tough act to follow, but there are several players with the talent to put up the same kind of numbers as the 2010 rookies.
People are starting to call Aroldis Chapman the “Cuban Missile” but that nickname is already owned by White Sox shortshop Alexei Ramirez. It’s time for us to come up with a new nickname for the Reds’ fireballing prodigy.
Turns out urban legends might be true after all. One in particular proved true Tuesday night: Aroldis Chapman of the Reds really does throw well over 100 miles per hour.