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May 19, 2009
 
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May 19, 2009
 
This and every weekday a.m. during baseball season, let's rise and shine together to recap the most recent diamond doings. Roll Call meets at Dodger Stadium, if Ryan Church(notes), Angel Pagan(notes) and the Mets can find it in their confused mental state.

Game of the Day
Dodgers 3, Mets 2 (11 inn.)

Mets-stake-prone: Based on the highlights of this one, it appears all of the Mets had their frontal lobes removed before the first pitch. They committed five errors, including two crucial ones in the bottom of the 11th that the Dodgers used to win the game. And let's not overlook Ryan Church's baserunning FAIL in the top of the 11th that cost the Mets at least the go-ahead run and would've been counted as the game's biggest error, if missed bases were actually counted as errors.

Missin' Church: Here's

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May 19, 2009
 
Devolution '62: Trying to work his team out of the jam, Jerry Manuel intentionally walked Juan Pierre(notes) to load the bases and then ordered the defense in. Rafael Furcal(notes) flied out to shallow left and one batter later, Orlando Hudson(notes) grounded to first baseman Jeremy Reed(notes). It appeared that Manuel's plan to limit battle damage was going along swimmingly.

Except ... not quite. Reed, who is not a first baseman but had to play one on TV because of Carlos Delgado'(notes) injury and other atrophies, then made a perfectly awful throw toward the on-deck circle. The error allowed Mark Loretta(notes) to score. Game over, man, game over!

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May 19, 2009
 
Game 4 of the Western Conference finals is scheduled for next Monday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver, but there's a bit of a problem — WWE chairman Vince McMahon already called "arena shotgun." (Yes, he was outside; it's legit.)

World Wrestling Entertainment said it booked the arena for a Memorial Day "Monday Night Raw" broadcast back in August. But now the Nuggets are scheduled to host the Lakers because the Rockets refused to roll over and die.(Damn you, Luis Scola!) McMahon says he doesn't believe there was "any malice" on the part of Kroenke Sports, which owns the team and the building, but that didn't stop him from delivering a Ric Flair-like "low blow." Wooooooooo!

"Even though the Denver Nuggets had a strong team this year and were projected to make the playoffs, obviously Nuggets and Pepsi Center owner Stan Kroenke did not have enough faith in his own team to hold the May 25th date for a potential playoff game," said McMahon.

Dashiell Bennett of Deadspin hilariously wonders whether Kenyon Martin's mom will team with Edge and Big Show to take on Triple H, Koko B. Ware — not to be confused with Roko B. Ware — and Stone Cold Mark Cuban in a ladder match for the right to Monday night's gate?

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The Boston Celtics had been undefeated in their peerless history when leading a series three games to two, and now the Magic had come to the Garden for Game 7 and obliterated the defending champions 101-82. Perhaps these Magic will always see Howard as something of a gentle giant, the goofball with the Superman cape and clownish charisma. That’s just him. Now, the Magic see something else, too: a forceful voice
BOSTON – In the middle of the locker room, Dwight Howard(notes) whipped around to his teammate, Rashard Lewis(notes). The magnificent Orlando Magic center’s eyes were wide, and a mischievous smile curled over his lips. He wore a brown argyle v-neck sweater, and looked like a prep school kid dying to tell a raunchy joke in class.
“Hey,” Howard blurted.“We’re 2-0 when we call out a coach!”
And they all just started to laugh again on Sunday night, because there’s still so much of a goofy kid within Howard. Howard had just been marveling over the 32-1 that Stan Van Gundy had written on the empty greaseboard in the locker room.
The Boston Celtics had been undefeated in their peerless history when leading a series three games to two, and now the Magic had come to the Garden for Game 7 and obliterated the defending champions 101-82. Perhaps these Magic will always see Howard as something of a gentle giant, the goofball with the Superman cape and clownish charisma. That’s just him. Now, the Magic see something else, too: a forceful voice
BOSTON – In the middle of the locker room, Dwight Howard(notes) whipped around to his teammate, Rashard Lewis(notes). The magnificent Orlando Magic center’s eyes were wide, and a mischievous smile curled over his lips. He wore a brown argyle v-neck sweater, and looked like a prep school kid dying to tell a raunchy joke in class.
“Hey,” Howard blurted.“We’re 2-0 when we call out a coach!”
And they all just started to laugh again on Sunday night, because there’s still so much of a goofy kid within Howard. Howard had just been marveling over the 32-1 that Stan Van Gundy had written on the empty greaseboard in the locker room.
The Boston Celtics had been undefeated in their peerless history when leading a series three games to two, and now the Magic had come to the Garden for Game 7 and obliterated the defending champions 101-82. Perhaps these Magic will always see Howard as something of a gentle giant, the goofball with the Superman cape and clownish charisma. That’s just him. Now, the Magic see something else, too: a forceful voice
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what a psychopath

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