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John Lackey has decided to follow up <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/09/john-lackey-walks-for-cancer">divorcing his wife for having a double mastectomy</a> with an unexpected act of chairty; he'll be improving Boston Red Sox rotation by having Tommy John surgery and sitting at home for the entirety of 2012.
Reality TV's knockout combo of talking heads and inanimate 38-year old women has made "The Real Housewives Of ______" an easy joke, but when it's done right, it can be really, really right.
Things are just an absolute disaster for the Boston Red Sox right now.
In case you missed "Conan" on TBS last week, and judging by the ratings you probably did, Conan O’Brien caused a minor stir after he <a href="http://twitter.com/teamcoco">Tweeted</a> the following message to his fellow Boston Red Sox fans: "Remember, Red Sox fans, they still have to live in Tampa.
The collapse of the 2011 Boston Red Sox has finally hit the bottom.
Love baseball, like baseball or hate baseball.
Today at With Leather and across the sports-o-sphere has been a celebration of the "greatest night in baseball history".
The hyperbole has been intense over the past 12 hours or so since Evan Longoria barreled through his teammates to touch home plate last night.
Last night was one of the greatest nights in the history of the American League, and maybe baseball itself.
Pending you stayed up past midnight last night, you were guest to one of the wilder sequence of events in baseball history.
This is one of those stories where there has to be more to it, because honestly, Jesus: Boston Red Sox pitcher John Lackey has filed for divorce from his wife, Krista.
Since we last spoke of America’s pastime – I believe it was all the way back on Monday – not much has changed in the playoff picture.
With Moneyball set to hit theaters tomorrow, Sony Pictures has the PR and marketing armada in full force, with the exclamation point being Brad Pitt on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
With just nine days of regular season baseball remaining, we actually have two very heated wild card races remaining with 6 teams involved.
The video you're about to watch spent most of yesterday afternoon being spread and shared around the Internet, and after so much of our coverage lately centering around <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/07/the-great-foul-ball-debate-how-do-you-declare-the-real-villain">spoiled kids and wretched adults who get what they want by bitching and complaining</a> I wanted to put the spotlight on this -- a nice adult and a grateful kid, and the way sports and fandom should work.
On July 5, in the 10th inning of a 2-2 game against the Oakland Athletics, Franklin Gutierrez and Brendan Ryan scored to give the Seattle Mariners a 4-2 victory and a.
Site note: The Dugout should be back today.