The last time we checked in with budding reality TV star Jeff Kent, he was kicking off his appearance on this season of Survivor in a truly inauspicious manner. Since then, he's managed to keep his head in the game. Tonight, though, the dream suddenly died for Kent, who was voted off the island in what host Jeff…
Former MLB second baseman Jeff Kent is no stranger to weird, improbable injuries, having famously claimed he broke his wrist while washing his truck. (Turns out he fell off his motorcycle while he was popping wheelies and the Giants were none too happy.) So of course, it's weirdly fitting that Kent would be no more…
You can thank CBS for bringing together two things you probably haven't thought about in nearly a decade: Survivor and Surly Former Second Baseman Jeff Kent™. The show has already filmed, and Kent is back from the Philippines, but since it doesn't premier until next week Kent can't talk about what went down, or how…
If you've been walking around all day thinking that nobody in America cares about Survivor (now in its 24th season!) anymore, and that there couldn't possibly exist a frighteningly thorough fan site dedicated to the show, you'd be dead wrong.
I was surprised to learn "The Superstars" was actually on last night, opposite the All-Star Pregame. (Counterprogramming!) Thanks to the magic of time travel, I have learned that the episode was way more pointless than usual.
ABC made a mistake when they somehow let the
onlymost marketable face on their game show get booted off in the first week. Well, thanks to the magic of television that's all a distant memory!
Irascible shooter of critters Jeff Kent, the all-time leader in home runs among second basemen and super arch-enemy of Barry Bonds and Milton Bradley, is calling it quits.
That's a part deep inside all of us, we must admit, that wonders if athletes are secretly basing the outcomes of their games not on whether or not their team wins, but whether or not it affects their fantasy team. We've all thought it.