Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Nick Swisher-Another stylish 'stache job
Git R' Dunn-Adam Dunn ready to play after slamming a six-pack

Saturday, September 23, 2006

und Mug:9/22
Milton Bradley's anger management issues seem to be resolved, as evidenced last night.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Crazy Eyed Killer Julio Lugo

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Party Time in LA after a crazy Padres & Dodgers sluggfest ended by a Nomar walk-off homer!

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Randy Johnson smells Victory
Mound Mugs:El Duque face looks as leathery as Paul Lo Duca Catchers mitt.

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Maddux flirts with perfection but only one-hits the Padres

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Livan Hernandez a few weeks away from working at Burger Time .

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

On a side note Mark Bellhorn's mullet is pretty hot!

La Rue's walk-off Home Run against the Padres riles up all 5 people in attendance in Cincinnatti.
Honestly there was only 3,ooo people there with a 1/2 off ticket price promotion.

Monday, September 11, 2006

da new Sals Palz

Great Mound Mugs: Jaret Wright & Jae Kuk Ryu
Sal Fasano quickly endearing himself as a Yankee. Yesterday he sealed the deal slamming a 3-run homer.

Here is a clip NY Times.
A self-deprecating nature is part of Fasano’s charm, and it has quickly endeared him to the Yankees after just seven weeks with the team. Yet Fasano is proud, deep down, and he showed on Sunday that he was more than a punch line.
Fasano guided Jaret Wright through six and a third strong innings, hit a three-run homer and even beat out an infield single in the Yankees’ 9-4 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. At 85-56, the Yankees passed Detroit (86-58) for the best record in the American League.
“I do kid around a lot, but I don’t think anyone takes the game as serious as I do,” Fasano said. “I have fun, but I also prepare just as much as anybody and work just as hard as anybody on my game and my craft. I care.
“For a guy with the ability that I have to last this long, you either have to be really talented or you’ve got to be smarter than everybody else. I’m not saying I’m smarter than everybody else. I just have to work harder.”
Fasano is 35 years old, and the Yankees are his eighth team in nine major league seasons. The
Philadelphia Phillies let him go in July, when he was in a 2-for-20 slump, and he started 4 for 30 for the Yankees.
Yet there was Fasano in the second inning, hitting a high 94-mile-an-hour fastball over the center-field fence for a three-run homer. It started the scoring against Hayden Penn, a September call-up, and Wright was ecstatic.
“I was jumping up and down in the tunnel when he hit that ball,” Wright said. “It was great to see.”

Friday, September 08, 2006

Karaoke Showdown.
Tom Gordon vs. Arturo Lange

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Anibal Sanchez throws a filthy-dirty No-No against the Diamondbacks.

Kenny Rogers angry at the Detroit Farmers Market.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

C.C. Sabbathia's initials: Cheeseburger, Cheeseburger