Rock On: Let's 'ear' this one out (6 items)
Chaos erupted near the Albuquerque Isotopes’ dugout last week when Miguel Olivo and Alex Guerrero began fighting during a road game in Salt Lake.
Guerrero’s agent claimed part of his client’s ear was bitten off, a la Mike Tyson.
The incident happened on Kids Day at Smith’s Ballpark, a promotion that included students from 17 school districts.
Since this is minor league baseball, who knows, maybe the Bees will start holding an annual “Cannibal Night” promotion.
Eat one ear, get the second free.
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1 of 6. SAFETY FIRST
Miguel Herrera says he wants to avoid any possible positive drug tests from contaminated animals.
On the bright side, they’re free to drink the water.
2 of 6. ON THE OUTS
Initial reports said the probe was launched because a Cougar staffer may have provided temporary or discounted housing to players.
Apparently the NCAA thinks sleeping on the couch is a lot better deal than when Rock On has to sleep on his.
3 of 6. STAGE PRESENCE
Rock On only wishes he’d heard that speech before being booed at his own graduation.
4 of 6. (UN)FIT FOR A KING
But a Hollywood star loving Salt Lake?
“Modern Family” actor Ty Burrell recently wrote a Huffington Post “Love Letter to Salt Lake City.”
“I loved you immediately,” he said, “for your humility and your unassuming nature.”
Guess that rules out hiring Pat Riley as the new Jazz coach.
5 of 6. EVER AFTER
He has played professionally in five different decades.
“That means a lot, but it doesn’t stop there,” he told The Dallas Morning News.
Apparently Franco is debating whether to play next year in the Old Timers game or for the actual New York Yankees.