STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Happy trails DD
The greatest Green Bay Packers wide receiver in team history, Donald Driver, formally announced his retirement today.
I know it's just a game and has little meaning for most of us, but watching DD as... Posted on 2/6/13 at 3:26 PM
GREGOR'S PACKER ANALYSIS GPA Divisional Round Recap
Gregors Packer Analysis
Divisional Round Recap
In this issue:
The Ravens surprise the Broncos in the second overtime
The Falcons blow a 20 point lead before coming back
The Patriots cruise
The 49er... Posted on 1/15/13 at 6:24 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Fair Weather Fan
Tonight the Minnesota Vikings square off against the Green Bay Packers in what should be an interesting game regardless of the outcome. Most of the people in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iow... Posted on 1/5/13 at 8:39 AM
NDAD INSIGHT N.D. boy whose appendix ruptured shows signs of improvement
Tanner Davidson, an 8-year-old boy from Grand Forks, showed all-around improvement Monday at Childrens Hospital in Minneapolis, where hes trying to recuperate from a life-threatening ruptured appendix... Posted on 9/25/12 at 1:55 PM
The Baywatch is set to begin at Citi Field.
Free agent slugger Jason Bay and the New York Mets have reached a preliminary agreement, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Pitcher John Lackey and outfielder Matt Holliday were among 79 players who filed for free agency Thursday, the first possible day.
Outfielder Jason Bay, first baseman Carlos Delgado, pitcher John Smoltz and reliever Billy Wagner also filed as did pitcher Jon Garland after the Los Angeles Dodgers declined his $10 million option. He will receive a $2.5 million buyout.
Things are going pretty well so far in the Bay State.
Ever since Jason Bay came to Boston in a deadline deal for Manny Ramirez, the low-key, un-dreadlocked left fielder has fit right in. Playing in his first pennant race and first postseason, Bay scored in every one of Boston’s first-round wins against the Angels, sliding home with the winning run Monday night as the Red Sox advanced to the AL championship series.
John Tortorella was fired Tuesday as coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning, four years after leading the team to its only Stanley Cup championship. He had one season remaining on his contract.
The Lightning were 239-222-36-38 and made the playoffs four times in 6½ seasons under Tortorella.
June 04, 2008
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