I don't think there are enough Peyton Manning commercials on television.
The Ravens lead, 9-0, but Steve McNair's accuracy leaves a lot to be desired. This one shouldn't even be close, but the Ravens are letting the Raiders hang around, and that's dangerous.
Melvin Mora is tired of the losing, and I guess he decided to do something about it. His home run in the third inning, hit to the opposite field, gave the Orioles a 2-1 lead.
I'm just relieved he didn't trip over his bottom lip while rounding the bases.
Kevin Millar's two-run homer, on the 10th pitch of his at-bat, increased the lead to 4-1 in the fourth, and Chris Gomez followed with a solo shot.
Gomez is starting at shortstop, with Miguel Tejada serving as the designated hitter.
Millar has 14 homers this season. If that number had been the over-under at the start of the season, what would you have taken?
But no wagering, please.
Those corrective lenses seem to be helping Daniel Cabrera. If only pitching coach Leo Mazzone, during one of his mound visits, had thought to ask, "How many fingers am I holding up?"
It's pretty obvious that Cabrera was having trouble with the ones catcher Ramon Hernandez was putting down.
What do you think the attendance will be for the Devil Rays' series?
I hear people have tents and sleeping bags set up outside Tropicana Field, just to make sure they get a ticket.
Green Bay 13, New Orleans 0. And the Packers have the ball.
I'm just saying...