Friday, July 20, 2007
(Usually) Everyday (usually around noon) I'll throw out a photo from the AP or one of the bigger sites and you provide the caption. Hilarity ensues. I'm also adding a handful (or two) of links at the bottom of the page that you should check out each day.
"TI knew Torre gave me the number 13 cuz I'm black...wait, I'm not black...neither is Jeter. Maybe Sheff was right, uh oh, here comes a ball..."- Hollywood Wags
"A-rod's always got someone else's balls resting on his back or shoulder or chin..."- The Great Bambi
"Unfortunately for A-Rod, one of Chuck Knoblauch's errant throws to first from 1999 is about to complete its eight year journey around the world and back to Yankee Stadium."- Iggy
And in the most thought out Anonymous response ever....combining two Create the Captions into one.....
"NY Post is reporting A-Rods wife is leaving him finally after one of Kim Kardashian's baseballs is found stuck to A-Rods back. DNA tests were inconclusive as to who provided the 'glue' due to the extreme number of donors."- Anon
Are you funny enough to create a headline for this photo of a fan showing his love for John Daly at the British Open?
Peter Gammons' RSN Application (Surviving Grady)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Bonds (The Sports Hernia)
It's A Wonderful Game starring Barry Bonds (Super Deluxe)
Uh oh, people are already pissed at Keyshawn (Yahoo)
Hey, an actual Who's Now voter! (The Sporting Orange)
A Blogger broke the Julio Franco story months ago and was called crazy. (Nyjer Please)
Speaking of John Daly.... (The Pig Pen)
Seriously Gruden....You don't need another QB (Signal To Noise)
So who won that draft day trade of Vick for Tomlinson again? (Rumors and Rants)
Marbury and Italy are perfect for each other. (Shoot Your Hopes and Dreams)
NASCAR not a Sport? (We Suck At Sports)
Also, The Palm Beach Post took the time to interview me for this lengthy take on the pros and cons of Sports Blogs. None of my quotes made the thing, but I felt you should check it out anyway.
Blogs offer instant, irreverent analysis of the sports world (Palm Beach Post)