She is the Willis Reed of media.
He could also play for the Chargers.
It's not like he wouldn't happily drink one on the mound.
Even the players doze off sometimes during baseball games.
Picture Violent Bernie Brewer Tattoo
That's cruel. The Cubs kill themselves just fine.
"I am happy that the process has cleared my name," said Braun. "However, as you can imagine, the entire ordeal has been incredibly stressful. It has been hard for me to eat or work out due to all of the mental anguish. So I'd say I've lost a good 30 pounds of muscle."
Braun dismissed those who might suggest a drop in production this year or loss of weight would suggest he was using performance enhancers earlier in his career. When asked that question, he quickly consulted with his attorney in a whisper and then returned to the microphone: "To that I would say: 'Haters gonna hate.'"
Kinko's is the one endorsement deal that Ryan Braun may still get.
Ryan Braun's newest endorsement will be Kinko's.
"In late October, when the season is over and it starts getting cold, Prince heads into his cave to hibernate," said Boras. "There he sleeps and lives off of all the stored up fat in his body. Before he crawled in there this year, I promised him he'd have a huge contract waiting for him when he emerged."
Boras says he is starting to get nervous because Fielder could come out of his winter slumber within a week or two and will have a huge appetite requiring money for food.
"Due to when baseball season ends and when spring training starts, his hibernation schedule is a little ahead of most other bears," said Boras. "He's usually out of his cave by mid-January. And he's very cranky when he emerges. I need to get a contract soon or I could easily be mauled."
"Prince is 27 and just entering his prime, so we feel we have locked up a powerful bat at the shortstop position for many years into the future," said Boston general manager Ben Cherington. "There isn't another shortstop in the league who can match Prince's production."
Fielder has averaged 38 home runs and 107 RBI in his six full seasons in the majors and has a career .282 batting average and .930 OPS. Cherington also pointed to Fielder's defense as a bonus.
"No offense to Marco Scutaro, who has been a professional for us at shortstop the last two seasons, but he made 33 errors combined in 2010 and 2011," the new Red Sox GM said. "Prince only made 19. So any perceptions out there that this is a huge downgrade in team defense couldn't be more absurd."