+ It’s almost as if the AP knew what was going to happen before anybody else, and mounted a camera in the perfect position to catch the Brewers’ walk-off suicide squeeze.
There may not be a better time for the AP to have a roof-mounted camera than for a walk-off squeeze. pic.twitter.com/LgUEly6nho
— Jordan Schelling (@jordanschelling) September 18, 2013
+ But that’s nothing compared to wherever this camera was to catch Jonathan Villar trying to steal second and getting a faceful of Brandon Phillips.
+ The Onion had to get this one up pretty quick before it became the actual news.
+ Hey, how about a quick Andrew Bynum update? I wonder what part of the NBA season he’ll miss in its entirety next!
Bynum is "nowhere near ready and is likely to miss the entire preseason". Have fun with that, Cavs fans. http://t.co/b8HNoIgfI4
— Derek Bodner (@derekbodner) September 18, 2013
+ Rambo, Indiana Jones, Blade, The Transporter, and Mel Gibson are all on board to appear in Expendables 3, blah, blah blah. There just seems like there’s still a name missing from this group of classic action stars – ah! That’s it. Frasier Crane.
Former NFL receiver Brandon Lloyd is still waiting for his phone call.
+ C’mon people, get it together.
If you're going to tomorrow night's Eagles game and not bringing a red challenge flag then I just don't know you anymore
— Zoo With Roy (@zoowithroy) September 18, 2013
+ Everyone needs to start paying more attention to what Mike Trout is doing. I know Miguel Cabrera is fun and all, and Bryce Harper has brain problems, but Mike Trout has more WAR than several entire teams.
+ Teenagers: Still with very little perspective as to how "other people's stuff" works.
+ Finally, let's all enjoy this A-Rod home run call from Yankees radio broadcaster John Sterling, on what, at the last second, tricked him and turned out to be a fly ball out.