I'd like to say that I have something special planned for you today, given that this is the final blog entry of 2006, but unfortunately all I have is the usual end-of-the-week collection of random, relatively useless links that come along with no real redeeming value. While we were discussing Brad Radke's retirement last week, Will Young tipped me off to the fact that Radke once appeared on Howard Stern's radio show. Stern asks Radke if he's pitching in New York and, after being told that he's not, says, "So you just sit there and watch the games? First, several of my favorite bloggers have already taken off for the rest of the year due to the ongoing and upcoming holidays, which hopefully makes my taking Tuesday and Thursday off slightly more forgivable.Being perhaps the single most rabid Stern fan in the state of Minnesota--he hasn't been on the radio here for at least a half-dozen years and only lasted a couple years when he was on locally--I looked up the date of Radke's appearance and found the CD of that month within my vast collection of shows. It turns out that Radke appeared on August 1, 1997, along with backup catcher Greg Myers and the team's assistant athletic trainer (whose identity was never revealed beyond "Jimmy"). Stern: When you're a great ballplayer, don't you know that there are going to be plenty of fish in the sea? " Myers confirms that, saying, "He's only a starter. Beyond that, this week has simply been a weird one for me.La Dainian Tramayne Tomlinson (born June 23, 1979) is a former professional American football player who was a running back in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons.
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Tomlinson was selected to five Pro Bowls, was an All-Pro six times, and won two rushing titles (20).
At the time of his retirement, he ranked fifth in career rushing yards (13,684), seventh in all-purpose yards (18,456), second in career rushing touchdowns (145), and third in total touchdowns (162). Tomlinson will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August 2017, his first year of eligibility.
La Dainian Tomlinson and his wife La Torsha Tomlinson were introduced and began dating while attending TCU together when she was still known by her maiden name as La Torsha Oakley. It’s pretty well publicized that La Dainian Tomlinson is a bit of a homebody.
But no one knew exactly how much until La Torsha revealed that he had no interest in going out and celebrating his single season TD record, instead he wanted to watch a DVD due back at Blockbuster.“I had to beg him, that night after he broke the record, I begged him to go out.
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They met through a common friend of La Dainian’s at a Greek Party. These two dated for a long time and finally got married on March 21, 2003. La Torsha suffered a miscarriage but Tomlinson stood by her side and supported through the tough times.
Though he himself was sad deep inside and said that it had been a difficult time for both of them.
The Twins were in New York to play a three-game series against the Yankees, which explains Radke's presence, and Radke was 11 games into a historic 12-game winning streak, which explains why Stern had a relatively unknown pitcher from a small-market team on the show despite having almost zero interest in sports. I got married at 24, but I didn't know I was going to be anything. He doesn't do anything." The interview then wraps up with this exchange: Stern: Just watch your arm, man. The week started with my being mentioned and quoted (sort of) in a Bill Simmons column over at ESPN.com, under what can best be described as odd circumstances.