• HaroldHecuba: Mike Mussina is EASTERN EUROPEAN, not Italian....

This week’s Metro column, just wallowing in Matsuzakamania. Yum.

Japan runs on Dunkin'

7 Responses to “Yeah, Beckett pitched great, but what about Dice-K?”

  1. Nick Kapur says:

    I’d say this is one of your best, Sarah. All that time you put in really paid off!

  2. How do you become a Braves Un-Cheerleader? Do they get paid?

  3. Tony Girard says:

    I’ll go to many Brves games this year just to see Britany who is a Tomahawk babe. She just so happens to work with me also. I am blessed & so is her body!

  4. I actually cheered for a AA team and could have moved up to the Cardinals. We did get paid, but it’s a smaller town, so a smaller paycheck. But we were called the spirit team. We were not cheerleaders, but we did dance a small bit.

  5. laamanuel says:

    The angels have their “strike force squad” that also shoots shirts into the crowds, does the “upcoming promotions” for tv and everything. I actually think theyre beautiful, friendly, and silly fun. In this day and age, most people cannot get through a ball game without something else to look at, whether it be a gorgeous girl in a baseball jersey or hot dogs racing.

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