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Monday Night Must-Watch TV

California Correspondent May 5, 2008 2

It’s prime-time tv-watching right now on the East Coast (8:45pm ET) — and those of us cool enough to be on the West Coast are heading home from work. Here’s what to watch if

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Why aren’t you out drinking right now?

California Correspondent May 2, 2008 0

We’d like to thank all our readers for stopping by, dropping a comment, and supporting us in our first week online. Our first post wasn’t all that exciting, but we starting hitting our stride

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Weekend Preview: Roy “we aint got your back” Halladay

California Correspondent May 2, 2008 0

Roy Halladay has pitched 4 complete games this season, losing his last three because the Jays can’t seem to back him up. The loss to the Red Sox this week shows how little offensive

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Did Brian McNamee just give Clemens a new defense tactic?

California Correspondent May 1, 2008 3

As we continue to learn about Roger Clemens’ private life, with a new mistress getting outed every couple days it seems, I begin to wonder if Brian McNamee just gave Clemens a strong case

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Can we please get some readers from China?

California Correspondent April 29, 2008 0

In our odd sports-meets-politics-meets-interweb related news, the Chinese government has reportedly removed all search results when searching for ??? (Carrefour, the French supermarket chain) when searching from Google.cn. The Chinese people got upset and

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Setting the record straight on cycling jerseys

California Correspondent April 29, 2008 0

As the left-coast correspondent for SportsCracklePop, it’s my job to cover all sports that the rest of United States is oblivious to, such as cycling. To kick off our first cycling-related post, let’s start

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Zito paid $2.6 million per loss in 2008

California Correspondent April 28, 2008 1

From the Embarrassing Career Moves department, Barry Zito was demoted to the bullpen today after his 0-6 starting record for the SF Giants — only the 3rd pitcher since 1956 to go 0-6 before

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