Thurman Thomas will become just the third player in the history of the Buffalo Bills to have his number retired.
The Bills announced today that Thomas’s No. 34 jersey will be hung in the rafters during the Bills’ Monday Night Football game against the Patriots on October 29.
Wednesday’s PFT Live included an extended visit from the Pardon My Take crew, Barstool Big Cat and PFT Commenter. The first segment ready to be posted (which actually was the second segment) is posted below.
If you’re fans of the podcast that generated $750,000 in revenue each episode (I may be a few bucks off), here they are, live and on set in 30 Rock.
Police Sgt. Timothy Gauerke says the department is investigating what happened and the officers’ use of force.
Gauerke says officers contacted a man after seeing a vehicle parked across two handicapped parking spots while doing a business check at about 2 a.m. Gauerke did not say what led to the officers’ use of force and it wasn’t immediately known whether Brown was cited for anything.
Team spokesman Barry Baum said that the Bucks were “aware of the matter. We completely support Sterling and are confident that this will be resolved quickly.”
Brown is averaging 3.5 points per game and 1.8 rebounds this season.
By then, Boone changed his mind and decided against sitting starting lefty-swinging left fielder Brett Gardner for a second day in a row even though the Kansas City Royals were starting another left-hander.
By day’s end, Frazier’s day became a lot worse, as he was optioned back to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre following the Yankees’ 10-1 victory at Kauffman Stadium.
Frazier’s roster spot likely will be taken by reliever Tommy Kahnle, who is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Monday.
This move isn’t a surprise. In fact, it was expected because his call-up last week all along was meant to be very short-term.
Frazier, of course, badly wanted to stay in the big leagues and play for this loaded Yankees club.