This is it, folks. This is the final installment of our “Famous Sports Fans” series. Well, that’s not necessarily true. If we’re pressed for time and need a quick post, this franchise can easily be resurrected. We didn’t even pull out Dwight Schrute (Scranton-Wilkes Barre Red Barons) or Captain Jack Sparrow (Pittsburgh Pirates) yet.
Part IV: The pilot of the Millennium Falcon, a fast-food eating blob of purple, the coolest superhero ever and a real American hero round out the list.
Part III: A Friday night mainstay on ABC’s TGIF lineup, the coolest guy at Bayside High School, the Yankees’ worst employee ever and the host of California’s wildly popular talk show, “Wake Up, San Francisco.”
Part II: This installment includes royalty, the king of observational
humor, a dude who wears Coke-bottle lenses and a cartoon dad who only
has two strands of hair.
Part I: From the man who scored four touchdowns in one game for the Polk High Panthers in the 1966 city championship against Andrew Johnson High to the guy who made stupid animal grunts while breaking machines with Al Borland, here are some famous sports fans The Max found in the vault (also known to some as “The Internets”).
Hey, it’s Friday and you’re probably sitting in your cubicle looking for things to do other than your actual job. Well, The Max is here to save the day. Here are some interesting web findings that should eat up a few hours of your day. Good luck the rest of the way:
Carlos Beltran coming to the Yanks? Peter Abraham offers his thoughts on the proposed deal. Continue…
Michael Wilbon is the only man alive with a logical reason why Kimbo Slice dropped like a ton of bricks last week. Continue…
Neiman Marcus wants to give you a Dallas Cowboys end zone for the very affordable price of $500,000. Continue…
FJM has a strong opinion on those who think K-Rod should be AL MVP. Continue…
The Popcorn Trick has found the hottest girls George Costanza has ever dated. Continue…
YouTube Baseball Video of the Week
Ben and Nate can’t come to terms with the A’s moving out of Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (or whatever it’s called nowadays). So in protest, they ghostride their Volvo. Seriously, some good stuff here: