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Monday, April 4, 2011

Not only did Fulham unveil that Michael Jackson statue we referenced a couple weeks back, but owner Mohamed Al Fayed told fans they can "go to hell" if they don't like it.

Not sure about you, but when the Boston Red Sox open the MLB season 0-3, that to me qualifies as a good start to the season.

When did 47,984 become a sell-out at Rogers Centre?  Wasn't it closer to 51,000 in the glory days decades ago?  Like the Jays fan base, the Dome is shrinking.

Joe Posnanski at looks at the top 32 players in Major League Baseball today. Jon Heyman looks at some of the biggest questions early in the MLB season, leading off with whether the Philadelphia Phillies should be the NL favorite, while ESPN's SweetSpot Blog lists six reasons the Phil's won't be around come October.

Didn't we say a few weeks back here that it was odd Toronto FC was using Maicon Santos in full-page ads rather than Dwayne De RosarioMeRo was dealt on Friday to the New York Red Bull. CBC's JasonDeVos says the move is a good one for both teams , and I have to agree.  TFC wasn't going to win anything with DeRosario in the last days of his prime years, so going younger and deeper is the way to go, I say.  Tony Tchina is going to be fantastic for in the TFC midfield.

The final week of the NHL season is upon us.

The NCAA championship game goes tonight with surprise Butler in the final against UConn.  I've got the Huskies winning comfortably in this one, but Butler has proven people wrong from the get-go.

You know what is annoying?  Those 15 second ads before you watch a video online. The upside is the Chris Rock bit on David Letterman on baseball's opening day is well worth the watch.  Rock's beloved Mets are destroyed in this clip.

Because backyard wrestling moves never grow old...

1 comment:

Joe said...

I used to think the dome's capacity for baseball was upwards of 55,000, but maybe not. I don't get how the capacity has decreased either because I think they even added more seats behind home plate.