This has to be one of the strangest injuries to affect a pennant race ever. The manager for the Padres, Bud Black, injures Milton's knee while trying to prevent him from going after an umpire.
The worst part of this, aside from the fact that he was probably their best shot at the playoffs, is that he essentially did this to himself.
Apparently he just snapped. Somebody flipped his mad switch on and bam. He goes crazy. The whole thing is odd. It will be interesting to see what happens to the padres down the stretch here.
by Sa Toya 9 years ago
Not sure if it's a game but I'll try and make it one.Any saying you know that's weird post it.Rule no more than 2 per post Odd sayings like:Over the moonPeas in a Pod
by Paul Edmondson 11 years ago
13 innings. Wow. That was some game.
by David 6 years ago
Which streak will be broken first?The Chicago Cubs haven't won a World series since 1908, or the San Diego Padres have never had a pitcher throw a no-hitter. Which has a better chance of being broken?
by Laurel 9 years ago
Help, I tore my meniscus (cartlidge in my knee 2 months)ago, am still in a lot of pain and have a non-refundable diving trip coming up in a few weeks. Does anyone have any tips on how to speed up the healing? I know there's a lot of people who suffer from knee injuries. Any...
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
I've been walking and stair stepping and have just recently gotten back into weightlifting. I'm having terrible knee pain. I just had an MRI that revealed a long tear in my meniscus, along with a cyst behing my knee cap and a bone spur in the joint. There's virtually no cartilage in my right knee,...
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