03 July 2007

Why the Yankees suck and hockey players are tough

Your boy, the $252 million man A-Rod, grabbing his right leg after running to first in the sixth inning last night was just classic. I thought someone had shot him with a blowdart from the Loge.

The Yankees announced it was a legendary hamstring strain, but after the game a dejected A-Rod told the press that he would have to see what his "hamstring felt like in the morning", but he wasn’t hopeful. Thanks, bro!

Are we clear that hockey players still make about $14.75 an hour and will continue playing despite broken bones, stitches, missing teeth, bullet wounds, bad coke and lukewarm Labatt's Blue? OK, so long as we're still clear there. Carry on.

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