Belli Knew Minky Was After the Ball

Belli Knew Minky Was After The Ball All Along


(AP Photo)

Minky's Mind Was Already Made Up

""I could read his mind," Mirabelli said of Mientkiewicz. "He was
in that dog pile and squeezing his glove as hard as possible."

Doug Digging Trade Show Circuit

Top dollar paid for signatures and memorabilia

"Typically, organizers have flown in Sox players -- who dubbed themselves the Dirt Dogs during the '04 season -- to sign memorabilia for three or four hours in a private setting, then fly them back out. "Someone like (cable channel) QVC will sell a jersey for three grand," Mirabelli said. "At public shows, there's a flat fee. But I'd rather do private stuff; you don't have to feel like you're taking money straight from the public." -- Las Vegas Sun

Lawyers, Deans, Professors: Mientkiewicz last in line for rights to ball

U. S. Supreme Court Delivers Opinions on Million Dollar Ball

Thanks Beautiful Looking Good


(Boston Dirt Dogs Photo / Chris Rattey)

Year-to-Year Contract Cub Nomar Garciaparra says "the Achilles is feeling really good"
326 days after his day-to-day soccer sheath wrist groin Achilles nagging discomfort.

'Rest' Was Key to Recovery

"It's funny because, often times, the doctor tells you that what you need is rest and you don't want to hear it," he said. "But they're actually right sometimes. Actually having the rest and having an offseason, it feels really good. You can't control the future or what will happen, but as of right now, I feel great." -- Nomar Garciaparra going into another free agent year

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