Here are some links you’ll be enriched by:
*A feel-good night for the Clippers over the Chiefs.
*Godzilla vs Youkilis.
*Delino DeShields’ kid stole four bags yesterday.
*Terrelle Pryor, out of the shadows.
*They’re referring to Albert as “Boojols”
Chiefs and Clippers tonight at 6:35. Our airtime is 6:35 on The Score 1260 and thescore1260.com.
The Chiefs have won seven straight. Here are some other things you’ll enjoy:
*The Columbus Dispatch’s view of hot Chiefs.
*A contestant on Wheel of Fortune….uh….struggles.
*If Albert’s not hitting, someone else must be to blame.
*If only Seattle could retroactively save the Sonics.
*The story of one family remaining in a town that may not exist.
Join us at 6:20 for the Chiefs and Clippers on The Score 1260 or online at thescore1260.com.
Good morning from Columbus.
*Lindsay Kramer’s game story from the Chiefs’ sixth-straight win.
*High praise for Craig Stammen.
*Horrible news about new Nats catcher Sandy Leon.
*Bad blood already in the Dodgers’ section of La La Land.
*The Sing-Off (and other, less important shows) canceled.
Hope you can join us at 6:20 for the Chiefs and Clippers from Huntington Park.
Here are some things that’ll interest you:
*Bad news for the Nats (should be posted under Stuff You’ll Dislike).
*A neat story on Mother’s Day about former-Chief Ian Desmond.
*Mother’s Day can be traced back to Isis of the Egyptians.
*Don Nelson got a degree.
*One fan base’s passion kept a team home.
Hope you enjoy the game today on Time Warner Cable Sports, The Score 1260 or thescore1260.com.
The Chiefs have won four of five on this homestand. Here are some other things you’ll like:
*Bryce Harper’s self-inflicted wounds made him fit in with Cincinnati.
*Pittsburgh’s Ron Cook does the Strasburg thing.
*Army’s single-season rushing leader goes to Tennessee
*In case you missed it yesterday, Fab Four Friday.
*Pawtucket’s in first–in the standings and in cartoons.
2 P.M. start today on Time Warner Cable Sports and The Score 1260. Join us.
*The Chiefs and Bulls combined for 23 runs last night.
**Evidently, the Nats had a similarly eerie night.
*Stephen Strasburg detailed.
*The KC Star takes us back to 1989 with Bo Jackson.
*A West coast view of Hamels v. Harper.
*A golf boy band.
Chiefs and Bulls in the series finale tonight at 7:00. Hope you can join us at 6:45 on The Score 1260 and online at thescore1260.com.
*A tweet that solidifies the Chiefs’ 2011 season as awesome.
*The Nats were walked-off upon last night.
*Josh Hamilton and his four homers in perspective.
*The 20 best companies to work for.
*Chien-Ming Wang is starting here tonight.
Hope you can join us on The Score 1260 or online on thescore1260.com or on milb.tv.
Here’s today’s stuff you’ll like more than a rainout:
*The Nats might need even stronger pitching for a while.
*Kevin’s detailed blog post on the incoming Durham Bulls.
*A guess at the Nats’ Werthless lineup.
*Guillermo Mota might be done, according to one S.F. writer.
*I’ve got a golden ticket.
*Former Bison Jordany Valdespin beat the Phillies.
5 P.M. DH tonight against Durham. Be there or be square. The Score 1260 and thescore1260.com. Also, for a nominal fee, you can check out our new video feed at milb.tv.
Good morning, Chiefs fans – hope to see you out at the ballpark tonight for the red carpet premiere of our brand-new digital scoreboard. Here’s some links to get you through between now and then:
*Speaking of that scoreboard, here’s Bud Poliquin.
*Cole Hamels may have incited a brand-new rivalry by plunking Bryce Harper.
*A look at the Orioles/Red Sox game – the front-runner for weirdest of the year.
*Andy Pettitte’s thoughts on his Scranton/Wilkes-Barre outing (in Rochester) yesterday.
*SI’s Andy Staples wonders if football will ever be the same.
*The Avengers made HOW much money??
In case you can’t make it out to the park (and we certainly hope you can), we’re on air at 6:45 tonight in advance of a 7:00 start time. Catch us on The Score 1260 or thescore1260.com.
Happy Link-o de Mayo:
*The Nats suddenly own the Phillies.
*The Chiefs face Tyler Cloyd tonight.
*He’s from somewhere in middle America.
*How about a Midwest League no-hitter?
*Set back the odometer, Mr. Frye.
*That Buckner ball is worth almost half a million dollars.
Chiefs and IronPigs tonight at 6:35. We hit the air at 6:20 on The Score 1260 and online at thescore1260.com.