Live by the freak injury, nearly die by the freak injury: On January 12, Carl Pavano slipped on some ice outside his Vermont home, fell onto the handle of his snow shovel, and after taking a moment to recover, went about his business until he couldn't anymore:
That's according to Ken Rosenthal, whose MLB sources told him the injury would keep the right-hander out for six to eight weeks. Then again, it might be much longer. Consider: Pavano is 37, he hasn't pitched since June 1 because of shoulder trouble, and he's still a free agent.
A high school classmate of Twins pitcher Carl Pavano is under investigation for allegedly demanding money from Pavano's family in exchange for not going public with his story—that he and Pavano supposedly had a three-year "emotional and physical" relationship two decades ago. Christian Bedard, of Southington, Conn.,…
Contrary to popular belief, Carl Pavano did not spend four years in New York sitting on his ass. He was waiting, planning, growing, grooming. Here's your space to talk about his facial hair and other things of note.
Delmon Young's single capped a four-run ninth, and set off a celebration the likes of which his colon had never seen. Also, this is pretty much the perfect metaphor for what Carl Pavano did to the Yankees for four years.
Former Yankee prospect Andy Phillips is considered one of the nicest family men in all of baseball by other writers and his peers. So why has an adult actress filed a police report against him?
Yes, our little Sam is getting married, and strangely, it's NOT to an athlete. Ms. Milano is engaged to (non-sports) agent David Bugliari, so watch your Blackberry Curve for that wedding invite.
So this is entertaining: Official MLB Auctions have discovered a sense of humor.
You know, we love sports. (News, we know.) But you know what would make us love sports more? If more players were armed.