Matt Cain in San Francisco pitched the 22nd perfect game in Major League Baseball history and first for the Giants, striking out a career-high 14 batters and getting help from two spectacular catches to beat the Houston Astros 10-0 on tonight.
Cain’s 125-pitch masterpiece featured a pair of great plays by his corner outfielders, and he got pinch-hitter Jason Castro on a grounder to third for his 27th and final out with a sellout crowd of 42,298. Cain accomplished a feat even Hall of Famers Gaylord Perry and Juan Marichal couldn’t with this storied franchise. Continue reading “Cain Can!” Cain Can!
Perhaps you really DO have brain damage. How far do you think this is going to go? Players are paid, very well, for their participation in a sport they love to play. It involves physical contact. If you didn’t like it, you should stick to something easier.
you won’t agree with me, and that’s okay. But what is the NFL going to do, ask players to make softer hits? Re-warn to protect yourself? Go to steel & titanium helmets instead of plastic? Change to flag football?
A unified lawsuit on behalf of more than 2,000 National Football League players has been filed against the league in federal court alleging that the NFL failed to acknowledge and address neurological risks associated with the sport and then deliberately failed to tell players about the risks they faced, according to attorneys representing former players. Continue reading “Suing the NFL over head injuries?” Suing the NFL over head i…
How many of you still use an iPhone like it’s the greatest product ever invented? I’m liking the new Galaxy phones as well as Windows phone with the neat stuff coming out. However if I stay with the Apple brand and grab an iPhone 5, maybe I can look forward to this?
After Apple CEO Tim Cook dropped a major, yet subtle hint last week, it seems Facebook integration is indeed coming to the iPhone, according to the latest Web reports. Facebook will become fully immersed within iOS as soon as its next update, which could and in all likeliness will be revealed next week at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference.
The integration will be similar to that of Twitter’s, which came last year with iOS 5, and will allow users to post articles on the Web to Facebook the same way they can tweet them now. But along with that sort of integration, Facebook’s addition to the iPhone and iPad ecosystem will be beneficial for apps that use Facebook’s connect button to allow users to sign in. Continue reading “iPhonebook? iFacePhone? Facebook integrates with iPhone iOS” iPhonebook? iFacePhone? F…