Around the Horn: Sunday Morning Media (Old and New!) Roundup
Rotoworld indicates Curt Schilling
won’t be back for almost another month, if that. Things are seemingly much worse than initially thought. Bad news for the Sox, whose bullpen may end up looking like Lindsay Lohan’s Mercedes, if the starting staff isn’t reinforced. Kevin Youkilis’ quad injury
isn’t just an annoyance. His pinch-hit appearance last night notwithstanding, he apparently won’t be playing today. Reggie Jackson
feels betrayed by the ESPN drama "The Bronx is Burning". Here’s our best impression of th sounds of the firetrucks from that summer, just for Reggie: waaaaaaaaaaah. Darryl Strawberry has the nerve
to chime in on Alex Rodriguez’ responsibility to the Yankee (and A-Rod’s own) "legacy" in a column from Joel Sherman. Puh-leeze. River Ave. Blues with
a nice piece on the Cape Cod League and Yankees’ prospects participating there. Jayson Stark
hands out some awards. Julio Lugo is his AL LVP, and Stark cites an interesting fact: Lugo was only the third player in 44 seasons to hit under .100 in calendar month (Stark doesn’t say the minimum at-bats to qualify, but the stat is still nauseating).