Off Wing Opinion: When Terrell Owens. . . Anyone even remotely interested in sports should be reading eric on a daily basis When Terrell owens. . . Pulled a pen out of his sock and autographed a http://www.ericmcerlain.com/offwingopinion/archives/000383.php
Daily Chronicle Online Huskie baseball splits, Simon s grand slam paces gametwo win After EricSansouci singled to left, owens found his way to the plate on a throwing error http://www.daily-chronicle.com/articles/2004/04/07/sports/sports08.txt
Extractions: After dropping the opener 2-1, Northern Illinois finally got the bats clicking in game two, exploding for 14 runs in a 14-10 win. Down 4-0 heading into the bottom of the second, NIU cashed in on a pair of Panther errors to score eight runs (seven unearned) and grab control of the nightcap. Back-to-back home runs highlighted the onslaught, including a grand slam by sophomore Scott Simon over the left-field wall. Mike Hochhauser, who scored the first run of the inning via a Greg Larsen single, followed Simon with his third roundtripper of the year to make it 8-4 NIU. The Panthers may have escaped the inning with little harm done, but a throwing error by the shortstop and a dropped pop up by the second baseman kept NIU's inning alive. The Huskies added four more runs in the third to make it 12-4. Tug Gillingham and Josh Owens opened with consecutive singles and Jeremy Busch scored Gillingham with an RBI groundout to first. After Eric Sansouci singled to left, Owens found his way to the plate on a throwing error by the Panthers. NIU's all-time home run hitter, Rob Marconi, cleared the bases one batter later with his 27th career bomb, a two-run shot, making it 12-4.
Sports Scores eric owens grounded out to short. None on with two out and Tim Salmon due up . Runner on second with two out and eric owens at the plate. http://sports.newsday.com/default.asp?c=newsday&page=mlb/scores/final/P103627.ht
Sports Scores eric owens singled to center with none out. Runners on first and second and TimSalmon On the play, eric owens throwing error moved Williams to third. http://sports.newsday.com/default.asp?c=newsday&page=mlb/scores/final/P104628.ht
Extractions: Sandlot Baseball 2 Individual Pitching/Fielding Playoff Game Records Most Hits Allowed in a Regulation Game 10 - Mike Hampton for Detroit on October 8, 2000 Versus Texas Elmer Butcher for Cleveland on October 7, 2000 Versus New York (A) Eric Milton for Detroit on October 6, 2000 Versus Texas 8 - Greg Maddux for Texas on October 6, 2001 Versus New York (A) Omar Daal for Cleveland on October 6, 2001 Versus Arizona Eric Ireland for New York (A) on October 8, 2000 Versus Cleveland 7 - Horario Junior for Cleveland on October 8, 2000 Versus New York (A) Todd Van Poppel for New York (A) on October 4, 2000 Versus Cleveland Onan Masaoka for New York (A) on October 3, 2000 Versus Cleveland Mike Boddicker for Detroit on October 3, 2000 Versus Texas Most Singles Allowed in a Regulation Game 6 - Eric Ireland for New York (A) on October 8, 2000 Versus Cleveland Elmer Butcher for Cleveland on October 7, 2000 Versus New York (A) Mike Boddicker for Detroit on October 3, 2000 Versus Texas 5 - Eddie Guardado for New York (A) on October 6, 2001 Versus Texas
Erik's Rants And Recipes: Baseball Archives Bad, Erik, bad. The team also put on a great spread for their guests I willbe watching baseball and hanging out with Melanie and Amalia in Tempe. http://www.pinkmochi.com/eriksrant/archives/cat_baseball.html
Extractions: I actually knew about this last night, since the Oakland Tribune was breaking this story this morning, but could not say anything until the paper hit the stands. For those of you in the Bay Area, go get a copy of the Trib (or San Mateo County Times, Argus, Tri-Valley Herald, etc.). Read it an weep. Oh well, at least I will have no reason to root for an American League team again. I also am going to continue my current practice of never stepping foot in Las Vegas. I have not done so, and will extend my ban forever. There are too many interesting places to go to. Why waste time and money on that crap? Posted by erik at 07:56 AM Comments (6) TrackBack First, I don't see what all the fuss is all about. If these loyal Boston fans are so loyal, let them move back to Boston. I am not one of these people who thinks that immigrants must renounce all ties and allegiances to the old country, but to wear red and blue to Pac Bell Park is treason. You want to engage in that garbage on your own time, in the privacy of your own home, fine, but don't do it in public on Giants' time. If you love Boston so much, remember it in the winter when Logan is iced and snowed in by some blizzard and we are going about in short-sleeve shirts. Then we'll see you people change your tune. Second, quit gloating