Saturday, May 12, 2007

Saturday night fever

I'm too tired to do the rest of the posts I had planned, so I'll hold off and do them in full tomorrow. But until then here's a preview of what I have planned for tomorrow.

1. Chuck James had no-hitter broken up in the 7th, Braves still win

Atlanta Braves starter, Chuck James had a no-hitter broken up in the ninth when Jason Bay came up and singled with one out. The Braves still won the game, very convincingly thanks to the All Mighty Thor, who had his first career multi-homerun game. Also continuing to impress is Willie Harris who went 4-5 with 2 doubles and an RBI.

2. Bruce Bowen kneed Steve Nash in his Candaian jewels

I did a post yesterday about Bruce Bowen of the San Antonio Spurs purposely kicking the Sun's Amare Stoudemire in his achilles. Well he did it again, this time kneeing Steve Nash right in his Canadian balls. Nash, obviously was down for a few moments but did return, although he had a horrible game in which he was unable to score until under five minutes in the third quarter.

3. Reigning MVP, Justin Morneau broke his nose

The Minnesota Twins' first baseman, Justin Morneau, broke his nose Saturday night when Nick Punto tried to turn a double play and the ball skipped off the turf and hit Morneau right in the nose. It was reset, but Morneau doesn't expect to miss that much time, he did mention that he is likely to sit out during Sunday's game.

4. Live Blog scheduled tomorrow between the Braves and Pirates

The Atlanta Braves will go for the sweep against the Pittsburgh Pirates tomorrow afternoon at 1:35 pm ET on TBS. We have rookie Anthony Lerew going against Ian Snell.

5. And a special tribute from Mr.T to everyone's mom on Mother's Day

I have a very special video in mind for tomorrow, seeing as how it's Mother's Day.

6. And whatever else catches my attention throughout the day.

It usually happens at least once a day when I post a totally random video/post that has little to nothing to do with sports. And i'm sure i'll do the same tomorrow.

And remember, as Bob Barker would say, please help control the pet population, spay and neuter your pets.

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