The Oakland Athletics have long been known to obsess over statistics. From glorifying on-base percentage to Brad Pitt's Oscar nomination, crunching numbers is king in Oakland. Well no matter what numbers one might use, when Brandon Hicks came up to bat yesterday afternoon in the bottom of the ninth, he could not be looked upon as much of a threat. Hicks entered the game in the seventh inning as a pinch-runner for Chris Carter and scored in the game-tying rally.
Has Brad Pitt ever been in Box Office Hit? I’m hard pressed to think of one – besides the Oceans series. Inglourious Basterds is on track to be the number one movie this weekend, pulling in an estimated $65.1 million worldwide and... Read Post
Unless Moneyball completely collapses for reasons unknown, Brad Pitt is (deservedly) guaranteed to receive a Best Actor Oscar nomination, and he is quickly looking like one of the front-runners to win. Read Post