• That is one mighty-sized mansion Derek Jeter is building himself down in Tampa.
• Both Tom Watson & Lance Armstrong fall short over the weekend.
• Cubs skipper Lou Piniella gets personal with Milton Bradley.
• Indonesia asks Manchester United to never mind the bombings.
• $12 million could sure help the Arena Football League stay in business.
Tags: Arena Football League
, Bill Belichick
, Chicago Cubs
, Chicago Tribune
, Derek Jeter
, Lance Armstrong
, Lou Piniella
, Manchester United
, Michael Jordan
, Milton Bradley
, New England Patriots
, New York Yankees
, Shaquille Oneal
, The House That Juice Built
, Tom Watson
In our previous episode, the New York Yankees were
suing being sued by a fan who dared to leave his seat to use the restroom during the singing for God Bless America, and was thrown out of the stadium. Of course the Yankees prevailed in that lawsuit, thus preserving American freedom … no wait, they lost in spectacular, embarrassing fashion. So the Steinbrenner brothers learned their lesson about taking on the little guy, right? Apparently not.
Fed up with steroid use in baseball in general and with the Yankees in particular, Long Island resident Steve Lore has trademarked the phrase “The House That Juice Built,” and printed up some nifty t-shirts to that effect. Not so fast, says New York Yankees LLP. Cease and desist, or we will sue you back to the Stone Age, or thereabouts. Let’s watch the fun. Read more…