Monday, July 16, 2007

The Monday Run-down

This week ushered in the second half of the baseball season and so much more...

  • Duh. You're sitting around .500, and paying over 200 mil. You should be better.
  • Wow...apparently people don't know how to use the volume knob anymore.
  • I don't know about you, but I would LOVE to have Mark Cuban in baseball. Especially since he would be in the NL, and would keep players away from the Yankees. Anything to piss off Steinbrenner is good in my book. Unfortunately Bud Selig has made it known that its HIS league, and he'll do what HE wants.
  • Glen Perkins experienced a setback in his rehab, and now he may not be back until after August.
  • The summer league grades are in! Randy Foye and Craig Smith get high marks, but apparently Corey Brewer failed to impress. Smith actually averaged nearly 22 points per game in the summer league, with Foye contributing 18 more. Hopefully this translates into success for the coming season!
That's it for now, check back during the week!

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