This morning in Rio, Spanish dressage rider Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez and his horse Lorenzo (please roll the “r”), trotted onto the Olympic course and began a dance routine to the legendary “Smooth” by Carlos Santana and Rob Thomas—perhaps the most indelible song about giving your heart, making it real, or else…
Turns out, it's easier to catch a ball with a glove than a plastic cup full of Bud Light. Still, I've watched this and the video a whole lot, and I can't figure how it happened.
He was wearing a shin protector on his right leg, but it didn't matter. He was wearing a shin protector on his right leg, but it didn't matter. Ouch. Ouch.
On Friday, Cleveland opened its season on the losing end of a slugfest with the White Sox. Not the worst opening day possible, however much air Fausto Carmona's 3-inning, 10-run performance sucked out of the building—catching stud Carlos Santana went 3 for 5 with a homer.
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