AL Central: As we inch closer to the MLB season, and move beyond Albertgeddon, payrolls will inevitably become a topic. It certainly is an issue in the AL Central. “The Twins, White Sox and Tigers will each open the 2011 season with payrolls over $100 million … the Indians and Royals have lost contact with the rest of the field … the Indians are expected to have a payroll of between $45 million and $50 million. The Royals could pay their players between $35-$40 million.” Cleveland’s Manny Acta is right – “Does [a high payroll] help? Yes. Does it guarantee it? No.” Not surprisingly, most MLB pundits are projecting the frugal Indians to finish 4th, and the Royals 5th. [Plain-Dealer]
Alexis Ren, who has eight million followers on Instagram … “Pension Crisis Too Big for Markets to Ignore” … (…)
Kentucky fans are not taking the loss to North Carolina well.
A pair of enormous shots. North Carolina comes out on top.
Dustin Johnson rolled to WGC title.
Frank Martin got drenched in the locker room after South Carolina’s huge win on Sunday.
That had to hurt so badly.
Great moment for an alum.