Every week I think I’ve gotten the best answers from the Dugout Dispatch readers, and every week they just keep getting better.
Last week I asked:
The answers games flooding in, and I had a tough time picking the best ones. Read on the see which ones made the cut and, of course, to answer the next Question of the Week…More »
It's been a pretty good week for gear (horrific Nets promo packages, notwithstanding). First came pics (and video!) of the new LeBron's, and now word has leaked that, to celebrate the team's 40th anniversary, the Portland Trailblazers will sport new alternate jerseys during the 2009-10 season.More »
Wanna see the rest of LeBron's new sneaker? You KNOW you do. Click the "More" link! CLICK IT!
Earlier this month, LeBron James spent a weekend in his hometown of Akron, Ohio... which is pretty snooze-worthy news, all by itself (Akron's no New Jersey, after all). But what made the weekend of August 9th all kinds of wonderful for us GearHead types is what LeBron brought with him to Akron: THE LATEST INSTALLMENT IN HIS SIGNATURE SNEAKER LINE!
For those of you that want to skip the chit-chat and see the pics, click "More" and scroll to the bottom of the page.More »
Millions of Green Bay Packer cheeseheads are feeling a sharp pain between their shoulders today. The pain is from the Viking horn sticking in their backs.
Their idol, Brett Favre, put it there the second he came out of “retirement” to play with the Minnesota Vikings.
When Favre announced his second “retirement” in February, after ending his first “retirement” to play the 2008 season with the New York Jets, he told reporters, “I have family and friends who’ll say, ‘All right, Brett, is this the real deal?’ It is, believe me.”
In July, as the rumors of him signing with the Vikings got hotter, Favre announced that he would stay “retired.”
Liar, liar, pants on fire!More »
Keep reading to see who’s making me perspire…
Everyone knew that Stephen Strasburg was going to be the top pick in the 2009 MLB Draft. And when the Nationals did the inevitable and picked him, everyone knew he would be tough to sign.
The $50 million he was said to be seeking seemed pretty crazy, but then again, so were his stats at San Diego State University.More »