Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Morning Headlines: 2009 All-Star Game


Most mornings, we'll lead off the day with some AM headlines -- but not your traditional ones. Rather we'll focus on one game or story and write headlines that are completely inconsequential and insignificant to the outcome of the game. We'll give a few examples and then you'll play in the comments. Best headline (read: the one that makes us laugh the hardest) will get a shoutout in this space the next day. We'll provide the box score for the game as that can lend itself to plenty of content. Let's have some fun. The more insignificant, the better!

Yesterday's winner: Bokolis with this lovely piece of poetry: Man who won house in HR Derby facing foreclosure.

[All-Star Game box score].

-It's in the Cards: Pujols, NL fall to AL 4-3

-Game 1 of 2009 World Series to be held in American League park

-Halladay impresses as trade deadline looms

-2009 All-Star Game about 20 minutes shorter than Home Run Derby

12 comments:

JMC said...

-Papelbon earns rare win in victory

-Victorino becomes 4th Hawaiian born player to appear in All-Star game as NL loses

-AL overcomes Hamilton's error to win

-AL wins despite Jeter's 0-2

GMoney said...

McCarver still awful, AL wins again

Bokolis said...

Writers stumped on MVP; give it to back-up LF.

Bokolis said...

Obama fielding offers from clubs seeking situational lefty reliever, hires Boras as agent.

Anonymous said...

A's pitcher Bailey, Pirate's Duke have memorable All-Star performances

Anonymous said...

Aaron Hill's Defense propells AL to victory.


Little Johnny

Anonymous said...

Wakefield unhappy that he didn't pitch

SSReporters said...

Obama's straight first pitch sets the tone for AL.

Freddy said...

Adam Jones snubbed of MVP Honors

Dominguez Rodriguez said...

Cardinals fans call for Pujols to get MVP, despite 0-3 and fielding error

Anonymous said...

Inge joins a select few players who have hit the same amount of home runs during the all star game and home run derby

Anonymous said...

Edwin Jackson's 4 pitch inning saves America from listening to Joe Buck