Thursday, June 25, 2009
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Upper Deck's video of Loney, Billingsley and Broxton's recent signing at their HB store.
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OK. This crazy dude is called "Rental Man." He goes to just about every Southland sporting event, usually in costume, to dance. He bugs me, but some folks find him hilarious.
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He is as gracious as he was brilliant, but there were times Wednesday that the fans wanted a piece of him a little too much. He tried to humor a man who insisted that he take his lucky coin. When Koufax finished the second hole, as he walked over toward the gallery, he instructed them to be polite and orderly. When a couple of fans may have not been quite that, he shushed them.Go read the rest as he talks about various charities he has been involved with.
After the round, I asked Koufax if the crowd’s over-exuberance got any better as the day went along. “You think it got any better?” he said with a twinkle in his eye. “No.”
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"We're aware of the investigation and our department of investigations is cooperating with the DEA," MLB president Bob DuPuy said Thursday afternoon. He declined to answer any other questions.
Investigators believe the prescription for human chorionic gonadotropin, known as hCG, was written by Pedro Publio Bosch, 71, a physician who has practiced family medicine in Florida since 1976. His son, Anthony Bosch, 45, is believed to have worked as a contact between his father and Ramirez. It's unclear how far along the DEA is in its inquiry but sources indicated that investigators want to know whether either man ever procured improper or illegal prescriptions for other people. DEA officials could not immediately be reached for comment.
Hey Mickey! Say, "Ahhhh!"
Campy looks tired as he sign for the kid.
This is just too damn adorable. Warren Spahn poses with an happy fan.
Lou Gehrig signing. He is wearing a Yankee uniform with a 1939 Baseball Centennial patch on his sleeve.
This Clemente photo is powerful and graceful at the same time.
The ladies love Pee Wee.