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As you know, cubs are ferocious, rabid beasts that snarl like the demon hellspawn they are. They stalk the landscape in zombie-like packs, striking fear into the hearts of all who are unlucky enough to cross their path and laying waste to those foolish enough to oppose . . . → Read More: Meanwhile, at the Home Run Derby…
Last Saturday, on Independence Day, I wrote, “If you’re playing with pyrotechnics today, try not to blow off more than one or two body parts (save the rest for next year).”
This seemed like good, common-sense advice, but little did I know that two NFL players would be reading Uni Watch that day: Giants . . . → Read More: Four-Finger Discount (and three-finger, too)
How cold was it last night in Philadelphia? So cold that Phillies outfielder Jeff Francoeur wore a batting glove on his throwing hand (and apparently laughed about it). Not sure I’ve ever seen that before.
This raises lots of interesting questions: Is it legal? Should it be legal? What if a shortstop did it? . . . → Read More: An Assortment of MLB Goodies
There’s a new trend in the NBA: players on the bench wearing gloves to keep their hands warm. Patrick Patterson of the Raptors (above left) did it on Monday night, and Reggie Jackson of the Pistons did it two nights before that. Here’s a close-up view of Patterson’s (click to enlarge):
I tend . . . → Read More: A Glove Affair