Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordon, and Vin Scully received awards in what seems likely to be the last tolerable Medal of Freedom ceremony for the next few years.
President Obama is going to meet a whole bunch of sports stars when he presents his last Presidential Medals of Freedom.
Kevin Costner made a lot of sports movies, and some are good. 'For Love of the Game' gets baseball's glacial pace and self-seriousness right, but not much else.
It's like a meteorological anomaly or something. But I'm also cutting onions too? Ah, fuck it, just watch the man say goodbye, and you'll understand.
You could get beechnut gum, ham and cheese sandwiches and cigars for a grand total of 75 cents. Think about the aftertaste.
There's just, like, a wind coming through the window right now, and I have allergies. And my face is wet because I'm sweating.
From 1966-67 Dodgers Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully was the voice of 'Occasional Wife', a sitcom about a Manhattan businessman who pretended to be married to a hat check girl.
Madison Bumgarner and Yasiel Puig renewed pleasantries last night after Puig had the audacity to look at Bumgarner.
Where does Dodgers announcer Vin Scully find all his great stories? It starts with preparation—and with the help of two longtime partners in the booth.
The early standings might mean something, but probably don't, the Orioles are hitting dingers, the Braves are still bad, and the Phillies might have stolen an ace.