Dan Haren has signed a one-year, $13 million deal with the Washington Nationals. Haren, 32, is a former All-Star who has started at least 30 games in eight consecutive seasons. Much like people who become teachers to get the summer off, Haren was probably interested in going to a team that believes in work-limits for any pitcher under the age of 28 or over the age of 29. Haren missed time with a back injury last season. The Nationals are now a lock for a decade-worth of World Series trips.
Considered style choice or Halloween outfit?
She fights again on Super Bowl weekend.
The most versatile caveman in the game.
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Plus old division rivalries like Cincinnati vs. Jacksonville remind you why they got split up.
More violence following a sports championship. Sigh.
Both teams apparently tried to lose on purpose.