You just knew something like this was going to happen sooner or later.
I’ll admit that I don’t watch much hockey, but didn’t the home teams always wear white? Doesn’t seem to be happening anymore.
I’m not saying it’s a bad idea, I’m just trying to figure out how that’ll work.
I’m not implying that I never get any respect, but has anyone else noticed that every other person at The Sun who writes a blog – and the total now matches the population of Boise, Idaho – has their autobiography posted below their photo? There’s information in there dating back to elementary school. Or their journey through the birth canal. Yet, all mine says is, “Roch Kubatko covers sports for The Baltimore Sun."
Pretty revealing stuff.
And to think I was hoping to maintain my privacy!
I haven’t gone in the office since one of the news reporters asked me to sit with him and then brandished a copy of my birth certificate.
Or you can just wait until 10:10 p.m. and turn on your television.
It’s interesting to hear so many of the new Orioles talk about how the clubhouse is the loosest and most fun of any they’ve been inside. Luke Scott and George Sherrill rave about it.
The guys have been teasing Sherrill about the straight bill on his cap, especially since Anita Marks said he looked like Charlie Brown during an interview with Melvin Mora that was being shown on two of the clubhouse televisions. (Memo to Melvin: Don't do a phone interview while sitting at your locker). Sherrill takes it all in stride, and with a big smile on his face. If you’re being teased, you’re being accepted.
Millar is the ringleader, but Aubrey Huff and Jamie Walker are right there with him. It’s such a relaxed atmosphere – and team officials should take that into consideration whenever they check the waiver wire.
They can use any advantage out there with a schedule that forces them to play 17 of their next 20 games on the road.