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I know this doesn't involve sports, but I'm wondering if actor Michael Richards, who played Kramer on "Seinfeld," contacted Dr. Kevorkian before committing career suicide.

If you haven't seen the tape yet from his appearance Friday at a Los Angeles comedy club, and his verbal attack on two African-American hecklers, it's more than a little disturbing.

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I was sitting around earlier wondering how the Cubs will be able to unload Alfonso Soriano in a few years once they realize that giving him an eight-year, $136 million contract was sheer lunacy. Then I remembered that the Rangers were able to trade Alex Rodriguez, so anything's possible.

The Dodgers are giving Juan Pierre $45 million over five years.

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So what does that make Corey Patterson worth?

The Cubs already have assured themselves of top honors in the "Most Ridiculous" category for contracts, but the Dodgers are going for the silver.

It's been awfully quiet in the warehouse today. And by that, I mean I haven't heard back from anyone.

It's easily forgotten, but former NFL defensive back Andre Waters, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, coached at Morgan State University after retiring as a player.

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