Jun 16, 2010
Jun 5, 2010
Jim Thome and Ken Griffey Jr.
Chicago White Sox (2008)
Future Hall-of-Fame outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. retired this week. He will go down as one of the greatest hitter of all time, finishing his career with 630 home runs - fifth most of all time. He will always be remembered as a member of the Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds, he spent a short time as a member of the division champion Chicago White Sox in 2008.
Griffey was traded to the White Sox at the 2008 deadline where he played alongside another future Hall-of-Famer, Jim Thome. In 41 regular season games, Griffey hit .260 with 3 home runs. He had a rough ALDS, batting .200 and striking out in nearly half of his plate appearances. The White Sox lost to the Tampa Bay Rays, who would go on to be beaten by the Phillies in the 2008 World Series.
Jun 2, 2010
Jun 1, 2010
Sh*t My Dad Says
Comedy writer Justin Halpern moved back home with his parents and he started a Twitter account to share the things his father says around the house. It is pure gold, and now it's been published as a book.
"I just want silence. Jesus, it doesn't mean I don't like you. It just means right now, I like silence more." (December 3, 2009)