â€¢ Erin Andrews was supposed to sexify the National Spelling Bee, but THE GRAND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS says that didn’t happen.
(If I didn’t share a picture of her, you wouldn’t have paid attention to this post.)
â€¢ Player access? What problem with player access? The NEW YORK TIMES’ Tyler Kepner gets an impromptu crash course on sweet spot hitting from Orioles slugger Luke Scott.
â€¢ Don Walker of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL-SENTINEL’s BUCKS BLOG wonders if there’s a discrepancy between the Bucks reported revenue and the actual revenue.
â€¢ THE LEAKY BRAIN is seeding the hottest NCAA softball players.
â€¢ Leave it to the frighteningly brilliant minds at THE DUGOUT to analyze a 1988 commercial for Nintendo’s RBI Baseball.
â€¢ OUT OF LEFT FIELD catches a rather blatant on-air sexual remark toward Maria Sharapova at the French Open:
(”Both players dealing with blowing clay…out there, there is a guy named Clay saying ‘YES!’ “)
â€¢ THE MONEY SHOT is fairly sure that Grady Sizemore is “the most overrated player in baseball.”
â€¢ JUST ANOTHER CRAZY STORY FROM UTAH is excited about the possibility of his Utes to play at Notre Dame. (Easy win?)