Daily Noontime – October 13, 2011

Good Bye, Theo!

It’s Thursday the 13th, but sadly, it’s  not Friday – tear, tear! Here’s our latest edition of the Daily Noontime, enjoy! 


* The Chicago Cubs have indeed gotten their man, as former Boston Red Sox General Manager Theo Epstein will now be calling the shots in the Windy City.

* The Texas Rangers recorded four runs during the 11th inning, and defeated the Detroit Tigers in Game Four of the ALCS, 7-3.

* New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips was fined $20,000 by the NFL for his hit on Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller last Sunday.

* According to NFL.com – Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll apparently is very intrigued about possibly having LeBron James play football.

* Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz recently spoke with ESPN.com about Boston’s drama, as well as the possibility of joining the New York Yankees.

* According to a Yahoo! Sports report, Philadelphia Flyers fans booed a handful of rival players, who appeared in a fight against cancer public service announcement on Wednesday at their home opener against the Vancouver Canucks

Games to Watch: 

* Texas at Detroit (MLB PLayoffs/ALCS) – 4:19pm eastern 

* Washington at Pittsburgh (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Vancouver at Detroit (NHL) – 8:00pm eastern 

* Milwaukee at St. Louis (MLB Playoffs/NLCS) – 8:05pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Theo Epstein has officially left Fenway Park! Here’s an interesting reel from a local New England news station on Wednesday about the former General Manager and his departure! 

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