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Did you see what the Pirates director of baseball communications said via his Facebook page? Yep..apparently he's upset at the Brewers doing some illegal s**t
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If you missed the Datone Jones interview on the show Tuesday it was awesome!
Jones sounds like a pretty cool dude. In fact he told us the car he's going to buy when he signs his rookie contract is a Prius! So we of course tweeted that out and Datone responded with this pic of his new mode of transportation.
If you missed the Jones interview take a listen below!
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So you might have seen this pic floating around the internet, heck even on our Facebook page!
JSOnline uncovered the story behind it. Apparently it's served at O'Davey's Irish Pub & Restaurant in Fond du Lac.
Read more here: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/news/205372291.html
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Dylan Stableford, Yahoo! News | The Sideshow
A New Hampshire man who thought he had a decent ball toss says he lost his life savings—or about $2,600—playing a carnival game he claims was rigged.
Henry Gribbohm told WBZ-TV that he was attempting to win an Xbox Kinect at the Manchester carnival when things went awry.
The 30-year-old from Epsom, N.H., was playing a game called Tubs of Fun in which contestants toss balls into a tub, but the balls kept popping out.
“It’s not possible that it wasn’t rigged,” Gribbohm said. “You just get caught up in the whole ‘I’ve got to win my money back.’”
Gribbohm lost $300, WBZ-TV reports, "went home to get $2,300 more and soon lost all of that as well."
Manchester police are investigating the incident, and New Hampshire-based Fiesta Shows, which produces the traveling carnival, is pulling Tubs of Fun for the time being.
Gribbohm, who managed to win a stuffed banana with dreadlocks before dropping $2,600, says he's considering a lawsuit.
“For once in my life I happened to become that sucker,” Gribbohm said.
It looks like Ryan Braun's story about using Tony Bosch as a "legal consultant" might be legit. That is if you believe what Bosch now says:
“I just answered a few questions from his legal team, not from Braun or any other ballplayer,” Bosch said in an interview reported by ESPN Monday night.
With Wisconsin having agreed to a neutral-site 2015 season opener against Alabama, reports have surfaced that Barry Alvarez is now looking to add another neutral-site game against a second SEC team, LSU.
Where would the matchup be held? Green Bay Packers director or public affairs Aaron Popkey expressed interest, noting that the 2006 UW men's hockey game vs. Ohio State "was a really good experience for Lambeau and the Packers...I think a football game would be a good experience as well."" UW associate athletic director for external relations Justin Doherty declined to comment on whether or not the university is pursuing this possible matchup.
So what do you think - Is adding another non-conference game against the SEC a good idea? Where would you pick for this game to be played?