O.J. Simpson pleaded "not guilty" yesterday. He's not even sure about what.
I see the headline "Steeler Players Want To Keep Grass" and I think, "Bam Morris is back in the league?"
Defensive tackle Fred Evans was suspended two games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy by being arrested twice in the offseason before the Vikings signed him. The league tacked on another game after discovering that Evans spilled his milk in the third grade.
Hulk Hogan is ready to start dating after his wife filed for divorce last week. I hear he just signed up for Steel-Cage Match.com.
But seriously …
Fans can hear comprehensive coverage of baseball's winter meetings next week on XM Satellite Radio's "MLB Home Plate" on channel 175. And you're a real fan if you tune in all four days. Anything less and you're a slacker.
The Pirates are making left fielder Jason Bay available, which sounds intriguing. He's owed only $13.5 million over the next two years. But the Pirates reportedly want two young, major league ready players and a top prospect in return.
They're also desperate to move veteran pitcher Matt Morris. Good luck with that one.
I know the Rays need pitching, but Matt Garza for Delmon Young? Really? I bet you're thinking, "Couldn't a package including Daniel Cabrera have gotten it done?"

The Rays envision Rocco Baldelli moving to right field. I'm just not sure his IV line will reach that far.