Any doubt that Yu Darvish gets the opening day start next year?
I tried to be a good friend and text my closest friends who love the Rangers just to make sure their eyes were on the game for the ninth inning.
I can’t imagine the pressure a fielder must have when a ball comes their way in the ninth inning of a perfect game, not that the last hit was anyone’s fault.
I think Yu was teary-eyed coming off the field after his teammates and Wash talked to him.
One of my close friends was in a Houston airport bar lounge watching the game in the ninth when his flight started to board. He felt like his leaving the bar to board his flight jinxed Yu.
Those Rangers know how to break hearts with one out to go in the ninth. Just look at last night and that game six in St Louis a few seasons ago.
I think I prefer last night’s sideline reporter better than Emily Jones.
Yu has a bit of a Nolan Ryan appeal to him, that whenever he takes the mound you feel like you need to watch because something special could happen.
Twitter makes events like last night pretty cool, it’s like being in one large living room with your friends, family, and enemies.
Study: Texans spend $4.37 billion gambling each year in Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana It sure didn’t take
FGCU’s head basketball coach to jump ship. With that in mind, I really admire the Butler coach for staying put and trying to build something. Until yesterday, I never saw
this great photo of Laker greats Shaquille O’Neal, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and George Mikan. Who’s the most marketable MLB player, in terms of commercials and product endorsements?
A Walter White Easter egg at the White House Wise County may have their infamous speedo-wearing-lawn-mowing-man, but my neighborhood has a 325 pound NFL lineman that always mows his lawn shirtless.
Google Street View of an abandoned Japanese city hit by that killer tsunami
Real Life Models for Your Favorite Disney Characters T
eachers CHL Seminar – “The Largest CHL Class Ever Held” – In Kennedale to honor Chris Kyle, and George P. Bush will make an appearance.
The Dallas sign “Motel Couple $19” is no more
I thought there was some good and civil theological discussion in yesterday’s Bag of Randomness. One thing I appreciate about most of my commenters, for the most part, are very respectful to one another. “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift and that’s why they call it the present.”
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