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"If this is such a great moment in sports, why do I feel so crummy?" Jim Rome National radio host, on Barry Bonds becoming the career home run leader
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July 28, 2008
Movie Jerry Maguire 2:30 p.m. [AMC]: Drew Rosenhaus will be watching and thinking he should have starred in this film. Talk show Jim Rome Is Burning 4:30 p.m. [ESPN]: Mr. Flip suggests suntan lotion with an SPF of at least 30. Movie How to Be a Player 8 p.m. [BET]: Mr. Flip believes this might be a documentary on athletic training techniques.
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July 28, 2008
Movie Jerry Maguire 2:30 p.m. [AMC]: Drew Rosenhaus will be watching and thinking he should have starred in this film. Talk show Jim Rome Is Burning 4:30 p.m. [ESPN]: Mr. Flip suggests suntan lotion with an SPF of at least 30. Movie How to Be a Player 8 p.m. [BET]: Mr. Flip believes this might be a documentary on athletic training techniques.
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August 10, 2007
"If this is such a great moment in sports, why do I feel so crummy?" Jim Rome National radio host, on Barry Bonds becoming the career home run leader
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Chris McAlister, the Ravens' brash young cornerback, scaled down his high-decibel dialogue when he met the Super Bowl XXXV media yesterday. Until Jim Rome called, anyway. "Hey, D. Starks, you want to go on the Jim Rome show?" McAlister said, excitedly shouting his question down two rows of seats to teammate Duane Starks at Raymond James Stadium. "We'll talk some trash tomorrow." McAlister was quick to accept an invitation - with Starks - to appear on Rome's Fox Sports Net show, "The Last Word," today.
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By RAY FRAGER | April 8, 1994
If you hadn't heard of Jim Rome and ESPN2 before, chances are you have now.And, despite the hand-wringing out of Bristol, Conn., in the wake of the Rome-Jim Everett confrontation Wednesday night, ESPN headquarters can't be that upset about the fallout from the incident on the "Talk2" interview show.The scene of new Saints quarterback Everett shoving over a table, then knocking Rome to the floor, played all over the country Wednesday night and yesterday. It was the first look most of the nation has had of either Rome or ESPN2.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2013
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis ran through the gamut of emotions after the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night, but former teammate Trevor Pryce thought he displayed one major emotion during the game. Nervousness. The former NFL defensive end, who played for the Ravens from 2006 to 2010, said in a Monday appearance on “The Jim Rome Show” that it looked like Lewis had the “yips” and was just hoping to get the game over with. “He had it bad. He didn't look like himself, even his new self.
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By RAY FRAGER | October 1, 1993
Here's the early line on ESPN2: wins, losses, no ties.When the new sports cable channel launches tonight at 7:30, don't strain your eyes looking for guys in ties and blazers.Keith Olbermann, anchor of ESPN2's "SportsNight," was quoted in USA Today as saying: "Anybody who wears a jacket and tie will look like a narc."In fact, if you have to strain your eyes to look at the television, you probably aren't in ESPN2's target demographic anyway. ESPN2 is seeking a young audience, men and women 18 to 34, who aren't sports nuts in the same way ESPN's viewers are."
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By Phil Rogers | July 11, 2010
The Angels' confidence about replacing Kendry Morales has faded. They are searching frantically for a bat as they fade record distances behind the Rangers, who until Thursday had never had a division lead of more than 51/2 games. Cory Aldridge and Paul McAnulty were desperation additions from the farm system. Aldridge was last in the big leagues in 2001, which he says was "nine teams and four surgeries ago." … Todd Helton's back is a wreck, forcing Rockies GM Dan O'Dowd to consider an unsentimental move to add a first base reinforcement.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | June 2, 2010
Here's a look at what other media are saying about the Ravens: • The Sporting News' Vinnie Iyer looks at five reasons why the Ravens will be a more consistent playoff team this decade. 1. The 3-4 defense. Until Hall of Fame-bound playmakers such as Lewis and safety Ed Reed hang it up, fans always will think defense first. Before it was Sam Adams and Tony Siragusa clogging the gaps, and now it's big athlete Haloti Ngata leading the front three. • NFL.com's Jim Gigliotti says wide receiver Anquan Boldin should have a big impact on a receiving corps that has been waiting for a true No. 1 guy. Stop us if you've heard this one before: Now that the Ravens have (fill in the blank)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Chris McAlister, the Ravens' brash young cornerback, scaled down his high-decibel dialogue when he met the Super Bowl XXXV media yesterday. Until Jim Rome called, anyway. "Hey, D. Starks, you want to go on the Jim Rome show?" McAlister said, excitedly shouting his question down two rows of seats to teammate Duane Starks at Raymond James Stadium. "We'll talk some trash tomorrow." McAlister was quick to accept an invitation - with Starks - to appear on Rome's Fox Sports Net show, "The Last Word," today.
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By RAY FRAGER | April 8, 1994
If you hadn't heard of Jim Rome and ESPN2 before, chances are you have now.And, despite the hand-wringing out of Bristol, Conn., in the wake of the Rome-Jim Everett confrontation Wednesday night, ESPN headquarters can't be that upset about the fallout from the incident on the "Talk2" interview show.The scene of new Saints quarterback Everett shoving over a table, then knocking Rome to the floor, played all over the country Wednesday night and yesterday. It was the first look most of the nation has had of either Rome or ESPN2.
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By MILTON KENT | January 24, 1995
The good news, for those of us who tire easily of Super Bowl hoopla, is that the game will be carried on only one network, ABC. The bad news, however, is that the hoopla is on such a scale that everybody and his brother want in on the action.For instance, there will be lots of parking spaces around the Bristol, Conn., headquarters of ABC's corporate brother, ESPN, which will send about 25 reporters, commentators and hangers-on to bring all the pomp and pageantry smack dab into your living rooms.
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By MILTON KENT | September 30, 1994
The Zambonis are gassed up, the pucks are frozen and if the players and the NHL can just put aside their differences and be one with each other, the Washington Capitals will meet Toronto at Maple Leaf Gardens in the season opener on Channel 20 tomorrow night.That piece of news is significant to all of the area's hockey fans, except for those among the 175,000 Comcast subscribers in Baltimore County, for whom Channel 20, Washington's WDCA, is but a fond memory, since the station was removed from the system this summer for Turner Classic Movies, a pay channel that features uncut feature films.
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