You have to be a really dedicated Astros fan to show up to a minor league spring training game. Surely such a fan would be able to recognize the team’s most famous player, right? There's a fan watching the Astros minor league game wearing a Nolan Ryan
The Tony Romo clock is running out. With offseason workouts set to begin in only a few weeks – and the Dallas Cowboys unlikely to risk having their ousted former starter show up and expose himself to injury – the moment to make a decision on Romo has arrived for Dallas. If the Cowboys are going to trade him, next week’s league spring meetings mark the last best chance for Dallas to pry something loose from another NFL team in exchange for the 14-year veteran.
Moments after the dust settled, even as the hearts of the surviving members of the Mana and Nuku tribes were still racing at impossible speeds, host Jeff Probst somehow managed to find the words to accurately describe what just went down: "Tonight's Tribal Council is a shining example of why Survivor is still so entertaining and devastating. Just as The Walking Dead used a barbed-wire baseball bat to smack a widely adored character (or two) in last fall's season seven premiere, so too did the so-called "Survivor Gods" just smack a beloved figure upside the head: Malcolm Freberg, a three-time player who was a decisive fan-favorite during his Survivor reign. Heading into the current season, Malcolm was considered a strong contender to win the day on Game Changers - but just as that Matsing wrecking ball failed to hit its target all the way back at the fourth immunity challenge of Survivor: Philippines, he's fallen short yet again, under appropriately bombastic circumstances.