Thursday’s Hottie Hit n Run

Cal Ripken Jr. has been hired by TBS as an analyst for the network’s Major League Baseball package. I know Ripken may not be the hottest guy around anymore, but back in the day I always had a mad crush on him. Those blue eyes are a panty-dropper if I ever saw one. [I Bet He’ll Set Some Kind of Consecutive Days At Work Record Too]

Hottie Baller Gilbert Arenas had a collision with Gerald Wallace in last night’s game and is now having an MRI done on his knee to determine the extent of the injury. With only 8 games remaining in the regular season, things might not look so good for Agent Zero [Harry Potter taken down by Bobcat]

In the world of I Hope This Headline is Still Up, ESPN announces that New Mexico State coach Reggie Theus visits Pope in hospital. Turns out “Pope” is a recruit for NMSU, but that’s not what the headline belies. Young Herb Pope, ranked as high as 17th for high school recruits in the nation, suffered four gunshot wounds and we wish him a speedy recovering. [ESPN are good-fer-nothin tricksters]

In the world of Football (the other kind), Manchester United goalscorer Wayne Rooney broke his 18-game scoring drought with a goal against Roma yesterday. Rooney’s goal came in the 60th minute of play, but Man U ultimately went down 2-1. This is included here because I spotted Rooney playing for England this summer in the World Cup and find him strangely attractive. [Goofy-looking Englishman Can Score on Me If He Wants To]

7 thoughts on “Thursday’s Hottie Hit n Run

  1. When I was in Little League there were three Mom’s who kept saying I had eyes like Cal Ripken….If I knew then what I know now…I could have had them all.

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