Tonight wasn’t Curtis Painter’s NFL debut – he went 8 for 28 in 2009 in two games worth of relief work. Tonight did signal Painter’s first real chance at being a professional quarterback in a game that hadn’t already been decided. With Kerry Collins out with a concussion, Painter entered into a tie ballgame. He was greeted by a cameraman. The fact that the first person to hit Painter tonight was a cameraman was a shock to everyone. [@CJZero]
When ⚾️ is life! A post shared by St. Louis Cardinals (@cardinals) on Jun 24, 2017 at 5:56pm PDT Congratulations to the (…)
Giancarlo Stanton will be back to defend his Home Run Derby title.
Congrats to the newlyweds!
It will be interesting to see how this works on TV.
He’s got some talent.
In November, Marcus Camby’s 9-year-old nephew, Marcus McGhee, was staying with Camby in suburban Houston, went missing. Two days (…)