Things to Read That Might Not Suck: Remember Andre Rison Edition




Just stuff. Nothing special. Be grateful though, you didn't have to go looking for it.

— Andre Rison apparently has a new book out — Wide Open — and in it, he, predictably, goes all Rison-y. Best receiver to ever play the game? Sure, Andre. Sure. (Sportress of Blogitude)

— Searching for a picture for the vegetarian post I found a company in Shaker Hts. that sells Bertman's Stadium Mustard needlepoint. That rocks. (Wool and Willow Needlepoint)

— Omar Vizquel for the Hall of Fame? He would have my vote, but then again, there's probably very good reasons why I don't vote. I suppose there's any number of guys who have gotten in that would justify his induction, but there's probably a laundry list of guys that should go in before Omar. Bugs & Cranks breaks down the debate and ends with a vote of Yes. (Bugs & Cranks)

— New book on Satchel Paige coming tomorrow. Satchel: The Life and Times of an American Legend hits bookstores, virtual and concrete, and it sounds pretty good. (Baseball Musings)

— And finally, SI puts the Tale of the Tape to the Cavs and Bruno. (SI)

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