Thursday, January 29, 2009


Albert Pujols would like to see Manny Ramirez as a member of the club.
"I speak with Manny every three days and he tells me, `Man, no one wants to sign me,' Pujols said Thursday during a news conference. "I'm not an agent or general manager, but I can't understand how Manny has not signed."
Speaking of Pujols, he's likely to clinch the decade-long Triple Crown, seeing as how he's led in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in overall since he came into the league in 2001.
Since that day in Coors Field, Pujols has become the first player in history to start his career with eight consecutive seasons of at least a .300 average, at least 30 home runs and at least 100 RBIs. A scan of his finishes in the National League reveals that he’s only finished first once in one category — that batting title in 2003 — but he’s also only finished out of the top 10 in two of the 24 categories (eight years, three triple-crown stats … 24). Each time he ranked 11th. In 17 of those 24 categories, he finished in the top five.
Listen, I'm a huge Judd Apatow fan but a horror movie? Are you kidding? That will be the only Apatow film I don't see but it's only because of the genre.

An early review of Adventureland.

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