Things That Happened in Sports: Hey McNabb, "Tell Us About Your Childhood"

Things That Happened in Sports: Hey McNabb, "Tell Us About Your Childhood"
January 30, 2010, 10:38 am
  • This may be the best Donovan McNabb interview ever (Okay, maybe second best). Donovan McNabb no longer eats Chunky Soup. Can we hire this kid to report for The700Level?
  • Those X Gamers are a tough bunch. Watch snowboarder Shaun White smash his face into some ice and then later win the gold. [Yahoo!]

  • Placido Polanco was at the Majestic Clubhouse this afternoon signing autographs for fans. He also chatted on WIP with Glen Macnow and Ray Didinger. Polanco says the move to third base will be no big deal. He's played the hot corner plenty in the past and may just need a little extra long toss to get the arm adjusted. Describing playing at third base, Polanco says you field ground balls and you throw the ball. So simple even a caveman can do it.
  • Temple handled LaSalle fairly easily this afternoon. [ESPN]
  • Former Eagle great Tom Brookshier has passed away. Ray Didinger called Brooky the greatest open field tackler in Eagles history. The 2010 squad could certainly use a guy like that. RIP, Tommy. [CSN]
  • Brian Seltzer will be the new radio voice for the Reading Phillies. Good news for fans of the minor league team. You can listen to Reading Phillies games on their website.
  • Our buddy Will Brinson over at FanHouse will get to drink Gatorade with DeSean Jackson in Miami and maybe work out or something.
  • Green Men are still humorous sometimes. [Deadspin]
  • Willie Mays tells his story in new book. [NYTimes]
  • Michael Phelps was in Altantic City getting his Michael Phelps on. That is if getting your Michael Phelps on involves playing cards. [Mighty Dan Gross]
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