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Tuesday Ratings: All-Star Night for FOX

Yesterday’s contest between the National and American Leagues was an exciting one for the fans and for FOX. The network easily scored a grand slam over the other networks.

MLB All-Star Game8pm

  • Approximately 14.5 million baseball fans watched the first 9 innings of ‘s MLB All-Star Game (4.5/13 in 18-49).
  • (8.5 million, 3.1/10) had a 2.1 million dive.
  • (7.9 million, 2.0/7) gathered another 400,000.
  • * (7.8 million, 1.3/4) plummeted by 800,000.
  • * (1 million, 0.5/2) drew in 260,000 more.

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SportsLive 2008 Wristband MicroSD Flash Drive

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Accessories, USB, Wearables, Storage,

SpirtLive WristbandJust as musicians have been making album drives and bracelets, it seems that MLB has taken the hint and is offering two SportsLive 2008 All-Star Wristbands that double as a microSD flash drives with 2GB storage. Both have the 2 hour documentary “Yankees Stadium: Baseball’s Cathedral,” wallpapers, and ringtones. In addition, one of them features the Farm Home Run Derby while the other houses an All-Star Game complete with pre-game ceremony. PC and Mac compatible, you can get them online during All-Star week on their site for $49.99 each, and will eventually be sold at stadiums.

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Morneau Wins Home Run Derby, But Hamilton Shines

Posted by Milo Taibi Categories: Athletes, MLB, News,

Josh Hamilton
Josh Hamilton won the hearts of New York fans on Monday night, crushing 28 first round home runs in the 2008 MLB Home run Derby. One of Hamilton’s 28 homers landed 518 feet from home plate, the third longest home run every hit int he history of the competition (The farthest coming from Sammy Sosa in 2002). Three of the Triple Crown candidate’s shots traveled over 500 feet.

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American League Defeats National League In All Star Game

Posted by Milo Taibi Categories: Athletes, MLB, News,

Ichiro Suzuki
The National league got off to the better start in this year’s MLB All Star Game, but the American League had the last laugh coming away with the victory. The final score was 5-4, with Ichiro hitting the first ever inside the park home run in the All Star Game history. Home Runs were also hit by Victor Martinez, Carl Crawford, and Alfonso Soriano. Ken Griffey Jr. also had the first two runs batted in for the National league. The win went to Josh Beckett, and the loss went to San Diego Padres pitcher Chris Young. Barry bonds was lifted from left field in the fourth inning after going 0-2. He predicted that he would go hitless, because of the part he attended the night before.

“Forgive me when I go 0-for-5. The party was more fun,” Bonds said before Tuesday night’s All-Star game. “I don’t stay up past 11 or 12 ‘cause I get up and train every morning.”

However he still did claim to have a great night at the All Star Game.

“I’m lost for words with it,” Bonds said. “There’s too many emotions to be able to explain it. This is my family who I grew up with for a lot of years. All I can do is say, ‘thank you.”

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Bonds Now Four Home Runs Away From Record

Posted by Milo Taibi Categories: Athletes, Kudos, MLB,

Barry Bonds Hitting 751

Last night in a game against the Cincinnati Reds Barry Bonds hit lifetime home run number 751, making himself just four home runs away from the alltime record of 755 home runs. The home run came against pitcher Aaron Harang. With an 0-2 count Harang threw a fastball right down the pipe, which proved to be a mistake. However, Harang had no regrets about how he pitched Bonds in the at bat.

“You can’t be scared to go after guys like that, especially when there’s nobody on or it’s early in the game,” Harang said. “That’s what I tried to do with the third one, and he was right on it.”

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