Patriots/The Big Borkowski
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Will this selfish "team" of bland underachievers finally get their act together? Has Brady overstayed his welcome in Boston? Is a trade for Hollywood Tom in the works? Who is Ty Law? And who will show up late today and why? Is Belichick on the hot seat again? Was Corey Dillon seen buying a box of Little Debbie snack cakes at the Allston-Brighton Super Stop & Shop at 2:30am last night while Ricky Williams waited in his car? Follow all the drama, turmoil, fumbles, bumbles, and miscues of the 67 cabs for 67 players New England Patriots all season long on Boston Turf Dogs...
The Big Borkowski
What Happened Dude?
Sox Bowled Over in Baltimore by Dave Borkowski,
They Can't Strike in Splitsville, Lose 4-1
Hitters Couldn't Spare the Time to Work the Count,
Orioles Playing Out of Their League, While Sox Can't Pull
Themselves Out of the Gutter, Can't Pin Down a Reason,
Schilling was Framed, That's Life in the Sox Lane in 2004
Jesus, Boston Just Can't Lick Lopez, Orioles
"...no margin for error (last night) and every mistake cost me. Gotten Javy out more than once on the same pitch he homered on in the 7th... Had a chance to get a game on the Yanks too. I knew in about the 4th this was gonna be a tough one to get..." -- Sox Ace Curt Schilling
Looks Like RJ Will Stay PutAs expected, Randy Johnson will most likely stay in Arizona:
"The Yankees now believe that Randy Johnson will stay with the Arizona Diamondbacks past the trading deadline, a development that would be a devastating blow to a team with a shaky starting rotation.
"Officials from several teams, including the Yankees, said on Wednesday that Johnson seemed most likely to remain in Arizona, despite his desire to be traded to the Yankees. The Diamondbacks have acted as if they want to keep Johnson, failing to tell the Yankees what it would take to acquire him. They have also not made a serious effort to find other interested teams to which Johnson would accept a trade." -- 7.29.04 New York Times