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Five Statistical Facts about Garret Anderson

Garret Anderson was there for the Angels in the California days, the Anaheim years, and into the Los Angeles of Anaheim era. He was Mr. Angel, although I’m not sure it was a nickname he ever did receive. 362 more words


Johnny Damon Joins Shan & RJ

105.3 THE FAN – Two-time World Series champion Johnny Damon joined Shan & RJ this morning to discuss his upcoming appearance on “Celebrity Apprentice.”

The former Red Sox and Yankees outfielder discussed former teammate and “true champion” Derek Jeter, one of the “best teammates” he’s ever had in Alex Rodriguez, and his ever-changing facial hair. 116 more words

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Johnny Damon to join the cast of 'Celebrity Apprentice'

In sad news for fans of baseball and dignity, two-time World Series-winning outfielder Johnny Damon has agreed to join the cast of Celebrity Apprentice, a television program in which Donald Trump yells at aging celebrities and is periodically interrupted by commercials. 66 more words


Donald Trump Has Revealed The Latest 'Celebrity Apprentice' Cast And There Are Some Real Gems This Season

Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice is like Dancing with the Stars to D-list celebrities who have already appeared on Dancing with the Stars or can’t really dance and have little contribution to society at this point — so let’s just film them being horrible to each other and be done with it. 219 more words


Little leaguers spend the evening with Johnny Damon

HARTFORD – FoxCT’s Sarah Cody and Rich Coppola caught up with two-time World Champion Johnny Damon at the YMCA Celebrates Champions event on Thursday, Oct. 23. 62 more words


10 Unforgettable Moments From Red Sox-Yankees 2004 ALCS Game 7

BOSTON (CBS) — It was 10 years ago today that the Boston Red Sox rewrote history.

After their heartbreaking ALCS loss to the New York Yankees off the bat of Aaron Boone in 2003, the Red Sox were once again pitted up against their biggest rival with a trip to the World Series on the line in 2004. 1,000 more words