Monthly Archives: November 2010

Today’s Quote Producer – Ryan Theriot

If there are two things to know about Cardinals fans, it’s that they hate the Cubs and love undersized guys with oversized heart.  That’s why they must be pleased with what Ryan Theriot had to say about being traded to … Continue reading

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Ryne Sandberg Saved From Never Winning A World Series

With Ryne Sandberg signing on as the new AAA skipper in the Phillies organization the Cubs managerial roller coaster finally came to a stop. Here’s a quick time-line for all of those at home: June 20, 2010 – Lou Piniella … Continue reading

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The Jeter Negotiations

We’ve all heard how Derek Jeter’s agent Casey Close is “baffled” by the Yankees’ negotiations with their franchise shortstop.  But it wasn’t till now that we know the context of that comment.  In a Been Stew exclusive, here’s the transcript … Continue reading

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Bill Simmons: A Drinking Game

A lot of things get done while riding out an extended period of unemployment. Unfortunately, getting a job appears to be towards the end of the totem pole. Fret not Been Stew fan (fans?) because we’ve thought of something to … Continue reading

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Evolution Of Michael Vick: A Been Stew Theory

Watching the Monday Night Football game against the Redskins reminds me of middle school. Michael Vick is playing like that kid who was the first one to grow a mustache. It’s not even fair. Pretty entertaining to watch though. Unless … Continue reading

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Taking Grandma to Applebee’s

I know it’s only November, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your fantasy team name.  If you’re not one to wait until after the draft so you can make a player name pun-to (sorry, couldn’t help myself), … Continue reading

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Not so Golden Gloves

Major League Baseball’s Gold Glove awards were recently announced and once again voters confirmed that this is baseball’s equivalent to the Daytime Emmy. Now to prove my point, I could name a number of defensive metrics showing why Ryan Zimmerman, … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow Exclusive Interview. Displeased By Biography, Plans To Release Autobiography

Tim Tebow is a busy guy. Sitting on the sideline the entire game until it’s time to vulture fantasy points away from Knowshon Moreno. Yeah, I know. Total jerkface. But what Mr. Tebow enjoys more than anything is giving exclusive … Continue reading

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Dan Aykroyd and Zombie John Belushi To Star In New Blues Brothers Movie

The Blues Brothers is quite possibly THE quintessentially iconic movie concerning the Windy City. Then Blues Brothers 2000 happened. The fact that there is a younger generation out there who think of the latter first when “Blues Brothers” is uttered … Continue reading

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Zenyatta loses perfect record. . . doesn’t care because she’s a horse

Heads were hanging low Saturday at Churchill Downs as the 6-year old mare Zenyatta ended a prestigious career with her only loss in 20 races.  Hall of Fame jockey, Mike Smith took it especially hard saying, with tears in his … Continue reading

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