These two didn't care about LSU football. Hell, they were so into each other that they didn't even care about gravity. But gravity won.
Fenway Park's boozy birthday party this weekend brought out the hoi polloi in Red Sox history and even a confused-looking Bud Selig. The fortress of Yawkey Way wasn't the only big-league park that opened 100 years ago, though; Tiger Stadium, too, hosted big-league ball for the first time on April 20, 1912.
Days after a commission ordered the destruction of Tiger Stadium and just hours after the wrecking crew rolled in, a court ordered a temporary halt until Monday, when the whole matter will return to court. Oh, Detroit. [Free Press]