The Clog

A delightfully profane poem to preview England's Euro 2012.

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The most amazing thing about Montaous Walton, a fake ballplayer recently arrested for theft by fraud, may be that he isn't quite in on his own con.

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The NFL seems determined to start and win another labor-related staring contest, this time with the NFL Referees Association. The rich tough guys may win this negotiation, but that doesn't mean any of it makes sense.

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After a 50-year wait for a no-hitter, Mets fans were happy to accept Johan Santana's streak-snapping gem. But Santana has provided more than just the organization's first no-no—and earned more than respect in the process.

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Most of the players drafted by Major League Baseball teams will never see a big league roster, or appear on a top ten prospects list. But we can at least enjoy them when they stand out in other, perhaps less intended, ways. 

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A quarterly catch-up with the multi-talented, multi-dimensional, multi-sport Noah Davises currently making moves on the court, the diamond, and as eccentric neighbor Victor Valasco in a local production of "Barefoot In The Park."

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At one time, TMZ Sports was actually talked about as a potential competitor for Deadspin. That never happened, and instead it's a Lamar Odom-obsessed ghost planet ruled by cackling, sour-hearted ghouls. Thank goodness.

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A.J. Ellis is not just the best catcher you've never heard of. This year, he's been the best catcher in baseball. How and why Ellis has become a one-man movement among Dodger fans. 

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On the Flaming Lips' new Thunder rally cry, and when music and sports fandom intersect.

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Johnny Tapia, a five-time champion of the world, is dead at 45. What do his crazy life and early death say about boxing and the hard lives of even the greatest boxers?

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