Fenway Park was the scene of one of the most tragic and completely freak accidents to happen at a baseball game. 44 year old Tonya Carpenter was sitting near the field between home plate and third base with her son and a friend when the most unlikely of tragedies happened. Tonya Carpenter was struck in the head by a piece of Oakland player Brett Lawrie's bat which had broke, even splintered when he made contact with a pitch.
Once in a while, the social media gods send us a gift. Today, it comes courtesy of the Discovery Channel, which was just doing its Discovery Channel thing by tweeting out a little flightless Antarctic bird factoid:
Well it has all come to pass, the great investigation into "Deflate-gate" is complete and they have found that not only did a rules infraction occur but that Quarterback Tom Brady was "at least aware" and that he "more likely than not" tried to "circumvent the rules". Now let the firestorm of argument commence on how "guilty" Tom really is and if so what sort of punishment should be doled out.
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