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I'm glad that Pacman Jones and the Tennessee Titans came to an agreement that the cornerback could attend last night's professional wrestling pay-per-view event and be part of the "action," as long as he didn't engage in any physical contact. One less thing for me to worry about.

Reached for a comment after the decision was made, Jones said, "Does that include strippers?"

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Memo to The Sun's Heather Dinich: The national record for changing your blog photo in one calendar year is 27. You're three away from breaking it.

I just hope this doesn't lead to suspicions that you're using performance-enhancing drugs. Your head looks a little bigger in No. 25.

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Seriously, your latest print makeover is the most flattering. And if anyone knows a thing or two about blog photos, it's yours truly.

Hayden Penn is scheduled to pitch again today in the Gulf Coast League before moving up the organizational ladder in his injury rehab assignment.

The early favorite to acquire him: Short-season Single-A Aberdeen. But the Orioles could bump him higher.

I'm curious how many of you would have walked Kevin Millar yesterday with first base open, one out in the 10th inning and Aubrey Huff on deck.

Millar expected to get a free pass. Instead, he got a fat pitch and ended the game with a three-run blast.

Not to second-guess Red Sox manager Terry Francona, but why not use Jonathan Papelbon in the 10th? Push the game into the 11th and take another crack at the Orioles' bullpen.

The Orioles had to like their chances against anyone else. Francona did them a huge favor. The sigh of relief was so strong, it actually moved my hair.

I was too busy racing downstairs to the interview room to see Millar and MASN's Amber Theoharis drenched with water on the field.

"It got Amber and I pretty good," Millar said afterward. "I get to change. I don't know about Amber."

To celebrate their next walk-off home run, the Orioles will pants Tom Davis.

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