I guess what we're saying is that Tulo always hustles, while Tejada is looking to top the Tater Tot Tracker charts.

You have to feel a little bad for the White Sox. With a runner on first and 2 outs in the 13th, they went into no-doubles defense, the right move. But in the vast Coors Field outfield, a bloop single turned out to be worse than a liner to the gap.

Ozzie Guillen called it the worst loss of the year.

Earlier, in the day half of a doubleheader at Wrigley, Miguel Tejada put one in the bleachers and slipped into his trot. He was nearly pegged while rounding second with a frozen rope of a throw from a grown-up Henry Rowengartner, and would have been caught dead to rights at home, if indeed that's how the rules of baseball worked. It's not.

Update: Disney movies offer a different story.