Crab Cakes and Light Beer

June 08, 2009 |

Alright guys, this is intern “Steven” Patrick “Morrissey taking over for Chris Bonetti on the sports blog segment “Crab cakes and Light Beer”.

My first order of business, not wanting to cramp Chris’ style, is picking a new name for the blog.  Please submit your suggestions for a title, section titles, or things you want daily updates on as comments on this post.  I reserve the right to respectfully ignore your suggestions.  But, if no one comments, I’ll know no one actually took the time to read this and you can imagine I’d be heart broken and have to wake up at 4:45 every Monday Tuesday and Thursday for the rest of the summer to pour myself a sad sad bowl of cereal, drive a half awake half hour to Towson, and try to be funny for you guys.  So please, it’s for the kids.

No Child Left Behind

Now that we’ve cleared that up. Be glad that Sports Illustrated’s The Bottom 10. is based on player attitudes rather than player ability. Otherwise I don’t know how the Orioles could have possibly eluded the post.

On the other hand, Peter Schmuck at the Baltimore Sun has been doing some research, and has been kind enough to update us with the O’s performance over the past few weeks.

I don’t watch NASCAR, or particularly know anything about NASCAR.  But I found this entertaning

Speaking of performances, check out this jokester running up to Federer with a Barcelona flag at a French Open match.

The guy calls himself Jimmy Jump and apparently instigates all sorts of ruckus at a variety of matches.  You’ve got to hand it to him he’s pretty quick, but the most athletic ability displayed is in the security guard’s tackle.


Moving on.  Today while browsing the interwebs at the station I chanced upon this gallery of Baseball Uniforms that made me chuckle.  Oh Pete Rose.

I also found this little game you guys may enjoy.  I got all of about none right, so good luck, and God’s speed.

That’s all for me today.  I look forward to seeing at least one comment…. I’m setting my standards low so that I’ll hopefully succeed.