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We recently had a nice exchange concerning Michael Keaton movies, and while watching My Life on HBO this morning - because I needed a pick-me-up, and what better way to find it than through a film about a dying man who makes a home movie for his infant son? - I was reminded of one of my all-time favorites. And it has a sports theme:

Touch and Go. 1986. With Maria Conchita Alonso, who was the woman of my dreams before Salma Hayek came along.

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Keaton is Chicago hockey player Bobby Barbato. See, it's sports. And it's vastly underrated.

Someone back me up here. Please.

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A.I. and 'Melo on the same team. With one ball.

Should be fun.

It's good to see that the Nuggets are focusing on team chemistry.

One good thing has come out of the trade: We get to watch part of Iverson's "practice" rant again on ESPN. The most entertaining press conference EVER.

Meanwhile, former Maryland center Joe Smith is changing teams. And I changed socks again this morning.

Same frequency.

As free agents continue to sign with other teams, it makes more and more sense for the Orioles and Aubrey Huff to unite. Let him share first base with Kevin Millar. Let him share left field with Jay Payton. Just ignore your heart palpitations every time a ball is hit to him.

And wouldn't he make a nice left-handed DH if Jay Gibbons, you know, goes on the disabled list or something?

Gibbons and Huff have the same agent.

See, it's perfect.

Enough of the concerns about Huff's personality and how he's not a "good clubhouse guy." He's not a cancer. And by today's standards, he could come relatively cheap.

He's not getting $9 million a year. I'd think that much would be apparent to him by now.

The Orioles remain interested, as much as any other team out there. Go get him.

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