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Albert Pujols is Headed to Walley World

Albert Pujols turned down more than $200 million from the Cardinals to head out to sunny California. The deciding factor: Theme Parks! Disney once owned the Angels from 1996 to 2003, but sold the team to it's current owner Arte Moreno. Unfortunately, Pujols was unaware of this change in ownership.... Continue reading "Albert Pujols is Headed to Walley World" »

MTR Baseball Beat 12/9/2011

MTR Baseball Beat is hosted by Bill Zeltman and a variety of journalists. The show covers MLB with an emphasis on the Philadelphia Phillies. MTR Baseball Beat's latest podcast is now available. You can listen on's new 24/7 online radio station by clicking here, by subscribing to our... Continue reading "MTR Baseball Beat 12/9/2011" »

Open Mike 12-09-11, Hot Stove Edition

On the latest edition of Open Mike, host Michael Cohen cracks open the hot stove, as he digs into the Mets problems, and why they "really" got ride of short stop Jose Reyes. Michael welcomes in WGHT reporter and Yankees reporter Karen Van Kat to analyze the coming's and... Continue reading "Open Mike 12-09-11, Hot Stove Edition" »

Cardinal fans sore over losing Pujols? Don’t, he is paid what the market bears

Albert Pujols shocked the baseball world by signing a 10-year, $250 M contract with the Anaheim Angels on Thursday. The signing sent shock waves through baseball. Cardinal fans branded Pujols as a trader. "Pujols turns his back on Cardinals" read the headline on the online St. Louis Post Dispatch. The... Continue reading "Cardinal fans sore over losing Pujols? Don’t, he is paid what the market bears" »

From Legend to Just Great: It Really Is All About the Money

The older I get, the less value I see in vitriol. I am trying not to be angry right now. But I am hurt. I'm human. And humans have feelings -- feelings that, obviously, get hurt. I understand Albert Pujols had some hurt feelings too, because Ryan Howard -- a... Continue reading "From Legend to Just Great: It Really Is All About the Money" »

Setting the Mahmud

RSBS Special Correspondent and bonafide LOLstro lover, Mr. Johanna Mahmud reports: “Gee, I wish we had one of them doomsday machines.” There are three things I can never remember: the first is people's names. The second is... is... Anyway, I know I love me some hot stove! I'm making my... Continue reading "Setting the Mahmud" »

Ramirez In Rollins Out, Busy Day at the Winter Meetings for Phillies

Ruben Amaro likes to get down to business and this year seems no different at the Winter Meetings for the Philadelphia Phillies. Rumors abounded today and two that everyone seem to be following concern third baseman Aramis Ramirez and shortstop Jimmy Rollins. Meetings with Ramirez's agent are heating up and... Continue reading "Ramirez In Rollins Out, Busy Day at the Winter Meetings for Phillies" »

Let's Get Real

There are only two serious contenders for the Republican presidential nomination. Ok, let me rephrase. There are only two contenders for the Republican presidential nomination who should be taken seriously. And yet somehow, the polls see the Republicans bouncing from one disaster to the next. Is Mormonism really so bad... Continue reading "Let's Get Real" »

The RSBS Podcast, Episode 30: Pat Matheny’s Anesthesioxity and Other Stuff (LIKE HIGHLIGHTS!)

Click ME to Listen!!! And so in this Podcast brought to you by Lifestyles… The RSBS crew celebrates its 30th episode by taking a stroll down podcast memory lane, remembering things that busted our (and hopefully your) guts. AIDS salad and Ron Santo's memory get rehashed while new memories (like... Continue reading "The RSBS Podcast, Episode 30: Pat Matheny’s Anesthesioxity and Other Stuff (LIKE HIGHLIGHTS!)" »

The GIF That Keeps On Giving

There are three computers in my house. When idle, I like to keep the above GIF running on all three of them, so when I pass by I can get off on Greinke's angry bounce. Oh how sweet it is, oh how sweet it is. Don't hate me 'cuz I'm... Continue reading "The GIF That Keeps On Giving" »

Three Up, Three Down

Just like a Justin Verlander fastball, this is going to be quick, hard to see and will probably guilt you into crowning me with the MVP award: The Drah-mah in Bahhhh-ston Leave it to the Red Sox to be all dramatified in the offseason. As if their 2010 free agent... Continue reading "Three Up, Three Down" »

A Grab-bag of Gratefulness

We have many reasons to be thankful this time of year. Of course Jeff is still aglow from the Cardinals winning the World Series and I still get a heart flutter when I think back to the final out between the Tigers and Yankees. Add in Verlander's Cy Young and... Continue reading "A Grab-bag of Gratefulness" »

MLB Agrees to Labor Deal: Are the Changes Good or Bad for Baseball?

According to, Bud Selig is a hero. When he became commissioner in 1992, Major League Baseball was a $1 billion a year business. Baseball had revenues of over $7 billion in 2011. The sport is at an all time high for popularity. But are the changes that have been... Continue reading "MLB Agrees to Labor Deal: Are the Changes Good or Bad for Baseball?" »

Jumping Thanks

Admit it. It may be Monday, but your mind is already on Thursday -- Thanksgiving -- the one day of the year where your sole responsibility is to eat yourself into a coma, sprawl out on the couch and watch football for 7 hours while catnapping as necessary. You get... Continue reading "Jumping Thanks" »

Look-A-Like: Dennis Eckersley Looks Like...

We finally found Dennis Eckersley's Look-A-Like Present day Dennis Eckersley looks like.. ..1980's Dennis Eckersley! But wait, he also looks like someone else.. ..1970's Dennis Eckersley I know there's a High School yearbook out there somewhere with a similar picture in it! (Washington High School - Fremont, CA - Class... Continue reading "Look-A-Like: Dennis Eckersley Looks Like..." » Video Corner

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