Lisa Marie Scott and a cheeky Rule 5 Posting!

Another week, another trip around the Rule 5 side of the blogging world some links might offend those allergic to nudity, all links will likely offend Feminuts, and some posts might excite Lesbians. some posts might raise the fashion ire of some Homosexual men, and so me posts might hack off some overly Social Conservatives. If anyone is offended by these pics, or these links, I do not apologize because, frankly, most apologies today are scripted, and contain 99% BS! And I do not do BS! Now, enjoy!

Let us begin at my other blog, The DaleyBabes Blog, where this past week I featured Alison Brie, and Brittney Dailey, I marveled at Rosie Jones and at Japanese beauty, and more Japanese beauty I even gave the ladies some eye candy with video of  a naked guy attacking cars before noting the hotness of Roxanne McKee, and posting some pics of Jaime Edmondson and Cobie Smoulders But, enough about me, how about other bloggers celebrating the female form?

Bob Belvedere is a great blogger, and he appreciates the feminine charms with his Rule 5 News AND his salute to Tiffany Taylor

90 Miles From Tyranny has girl + gun =sexy and a morning mistress, oh, and yet another girl+ gun =HOT post!

Animal Magnetism has Gingermageddon

A Nod to the Gods has a salute to Spring and some scantily clad vixens

Pitsnipes uses hot women wearing little, to motivate us

Barn-O-rama has Alana Marie, yes, she is a s hot as her name implies

Trog has Danica Patrick

Brigade has LOTS of pics of women

Busted Coverage has pics of Boomer Esiason’s daughter Sydney, WHOA!

Theo has Sunday Totty

Bro Bible tries to solve our education problems with stripping teachers

Bro My God has Lingerie Friday

Wyatt Earp honors Christina Hendricks

The Right Way has a bikini video

Never forget the original Rule 5 king, The Other McCain

Brosome has some gal named Nina Agdal, she wears a lot of bikinis or something

Last Tradition has Martha Hunt, who is tad skinny for my tastes, but hey maybe I could cook dinner for her?

H2 has Big Boob Friday

Classic Liberal has Rachel Blanchard

Caveman Circus has fit girls

Celebslam has Shay Mitchell

COED has Lindsey Haun

Rio Norte has Katie Holmes

Double Trouble has Irish love

Reaganite Republican has the “Barbie Doll” Babe look?

Double Viking has Mila Kunis Fever

Randy has the Thursday Tart

Public Secrets has Rule 5 Friday

Egotastic has Olivia Wilde’s breasts

Proof Postive has Marta Dabrowski

Feral Irishman has some sleeping beauties, NSFW

William Teach as an Irish gal in a bikini making an important point about climate change, and his Sorta Blogless Pinup post

Funtasticus has Humpday Hotties

Gunaxin has Madden, the St. Patricks Day Babe

Guyism has Alana Blanchard in a bikini photo shoot

Guyspeed has Sarai Rollins

It Ain’t Holy Water has his St. Patricks Day hotties

Heavy has the 20 hottest gals in green

Postal Dog has random babes

Wirecutter has a dog, and a babe

The Eye has Isla Fisher

Is Katie Pavlich the hottest blogger? EBL thinks so

Mandatory honors Kate Bock

Load Heat suggest we drink with large breasted women

Maxin suggest more hot yoga videos

Moe Jackson thinks Claudia Romani should always wear tank tops

RadAss has more Irishy Babes

Angry Mike says Irish booty is best?

American Power has Alice Goodwin

Regretful Morning has nude video of Sofia Vergara?

Fritz has Olivia Wilde

Smoking Jacket has Sophie Howard

Soylent Sage has a topless pic NSFW

Super Booyah is staring at babes on stairs

Uncoached has Beauty defined

The Chive has hip bones?

Stan Musial, baseball legend passes away at 92 UPDATED Legendary Orioles manager Earl Weaver passes away at 82

One of the all-time greats is gone. R.I.P.

Stan Musial, one of baseball’s greatest hitters and a Hall of Famer with the St. Louis Cardinals for more than two decades, died Saturday. He was 92.

Stan the Man won seven National League batting titles, was a three-time MVP and helped the Cardinals capture three World Series championships in the 1940s.

The Cardinals announced Musial’s death in a news release. They said he died Saturday evening at his home in Ladue surrounded by family. The team said Musial’s son-in-law, Dave Edmonds, informed the club of Musial’s death.

Musial was so revered in St. Louis, two statues of him stand outside Busch Stadium. He spent his entire 22-year career with the Cardinals and made the All-Star team 24 times — baseball held two All-Star games each summer for a few seasons.

A pitcher in the low minors until he injured his arm, Musial turned to playing the outfield and first base. It was a stroke of luck for him, as he went on to hit .331 with 475 home runs before retiring in 1963.

Widely considered the greatest Cardinals player ever, the outfielder and first baseman was the first person in team history to have his number retired. Ol’ 6 probably was the most popular, too, especially after Albert Pujols skipped town.

UPDATE! Earl Weaver also is gone this day

A hot-tempered bantam who screamed curses at umpires and sometimes at his own players, Earl Weaver made the Baltimore Orioles into a baseball powerhouse during his 17 years as manager.

He was infamous for his explosive diatribes, which got him thrown out of almost 100 games, and for nervously smoking cigarettes throughout games, but no one could deny that the “Earl of Baltimore” was one of the greatest managers in baseball history.

Orioles officials announced that Mr. Weaver died Friday while on a team-sponsored Caribbean cruise with many of his former players. He was 82. A report on theMLB.com Web site attributed his death to an apparent heart attack.

Known as the “little genius,” Mr. Weaver had an inventive baseball mind and used every imprecation in his colorful vocabulary to inspire his players. Once, when one of his pitchers was struggling on the mound, an exasperated Mr. Weaver implored, “If you know how to cheat, start now.”

He was a crafty strategist who preached a simple formula for baseball success — good pitching, solid defense and three-run homers.

MLB playoffs updates

Giants top Red 6-4 advance to NLCS

Not just any comeback would get San Francisco back to playing for a pennant. It would take one of Giant proportions.

And Buster Posey believed it could happen. Even after the Giants left the West Coast down two games, the National League batting champion insisted his team could pull it off, despite the long odds.

With one swing, he got everyone else believing it, too.

Posey hit the third grand slam in Giants’ postseason history on Thursday, and San Francisco pulled off an unprecedented revival, moving into the championship series with a 6-4 victory over the Cincinnati Red.

Nats beat Cards 2-1 on Jayson Werth homer even series at  2-2

The Washington Nationals signed Jayson Werth to show them how to win. His game-ending homer Thursday night extended their surprising season.

Werth led off the bottom of the ninth inning by driving Lance Lynn‘s 13th pitch into the left-field stands to give the Nationals a 2-1 victory over the defending World Series championSt. Louis Cardinals and force a Game 5 in their NL Division Series.

As he circled the bases, Werth raised his right index finger in a “No. 1″ gesture while the announced crowd of 44,392 roared with delight.

O’s edge Yanks in 13 innings, even ALDS

With midnight approaching, the Baltimore Orioles‘ bats awoke one more time.

Now they have a last shot to finally overtake the New York Yankees.

J.J. Hardy hit an RBI double in the 13th inning, and Baltimore bounced back from a demoralizing loss to outlast the Yankees 2-1 on Thursday night, forcing a deciding Game 5 in the AL Division Series.

Tigers end A’s Cinderella season, advance to ALCS

Already an ace and MVP, Justin Verlander proved to be the Detroit Tigers‘ ultimate closer, too.

Verlander struck out 11 in a four-hitter, pitching Detroit into a second straight AL championship series a day after Jose Valverde failed to hold a ninth-inning lead with a 6-0 win against the Oakland Athletics in the decisive Game 5 of their division series Thursday night.

Verlander tossed his first career postseason shutout and complete game with a 122-pitch masterpiece.

The Tigers will face either the New York Yankees or Baltimore Orioles, tied at 2 games apiece heading into Game 5 on Friday night in New York. Game 1 of the ALCS is scheduled for Saturday.

 

Your MLB Playoffs update!

Cards rip Nats 8-0 take 2-1 lead

Set aside the high-pressure task of postseason pitching that Chris Carpenter routinely masters for the St. Louis Cardinals and think about this:

Even the take-it-for-granted act of breathing feels odd on occasion now that he’s missing a rib and two neck muscles.

Taking the mound for only the fourth time in 2012 after complicated surgery to cure numbness on his right side, the 37-year-old Carpenter spoiled the return of postseason baseball to Washington by throwing scoreless ball into the sixth inning, and the defending champion Cardinals beat the Nationals 8-0 Wednesday to take a 2-1 lead in their NL division series.

Giants whip Reds 8-3, even NLDS at two games a piece

Angel Pagan connects on the second pitch of the game. A Giants team that finished last in homers goes on to hit three. Tim Lincecum pitches like a two-time Cy Young winner — this time, out of the bullpen.

So many unusual things moved San Francisco to the verge of an unprecedented comeback.

Pagan hit the first leadoff homer in Giants postseason history, and Gregor Blanco andPablo Sandoval connected later for an 8-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday that evened their NL Division Series at 2-2.

No team has recovered from a 2-0 deficit in a best-of-five series by winning three on the road, according to STATS LLC. This one can do it with a victory on Thursday at Great American Ball Park

Yankees rally to edge Orioles in 12

The highest-paid player in baseball could only sit and watch when Raul Ibanezpinch hit for him and tied the game with a bottom-of-the-ninth home run.

Alex Rodriguez had another good view from the dugout three innings later when Ibanez homered to win it.

Saved by manager Joe Girardi’s gutsy move — and Ibanez’s big swings — the New York Yankees rallied for a stunning 3-2 win in the 12th over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night for a 2-1 lead in their best-of-five AL division series.

A’s nip Tigers 4-3 even ALDS at 2-2

Seth Smith hit a game-tying two-run double off Detroit closer Jose Valverde in the ninth inning and Coco Crisp capped Oakland’s most dramatic comeback yet with an RBI single as the Athletics staved off elimination for a second straight night with a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers in Game 4 of the AL division series Wednesday.

The A’s rode 14 walkoff wins in the regular season to an improbable AL West title. Those paled in comparison to No. 15, which set up a win-or-go-home Game 5 against Justin Verlander and the Tigers.

Wow, this sets up another quadruple-header tomorrow

 

Yanks whip O’s take series lead, Reds blank Giants, up 2-0

 

 

Yanks 7- Orioles 2

For eight innings, the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles staged a magnificent duel worthy of two division foes that split 18 games during the regular season and finished two games apart in the standings.

Then the Yankees brushed aside the upstart, inexperienced newcomers and crashed a party 15 years in the making.

Russell Martin led off the ninth inning with a tiebreaking home run off Jim JohnsonCC Sabathia turned in a sparkling pitching performance and the Yankees pulled away to a 7-2 victory Sunday night in the opener of their AL Divisional Series.

Reds crush San Fran 9-0

Bronson Arroyo had never won in San Francisco before pitching a playoff masterpiece.

 There were all kinds of memorable firsts this weekend for the gutsy Cincinnati Reds, who beat the San Francisco Giants 9-0 on Sunday night to take a commanding 2-0 lead in their NL Division Series — and head home to Ohio on quite a roll.

Ryan Ludwick hit his first postseason home run and Ryan Hanigan drove in his first playoff run. More than anything on this night, it was Arroyo’s turn to celebrate on what he figured to be a fun flight back to Cincinnati.

 

MLB Playoffs set to start

 

There is a lot going on in baseball as the post season starts Friday. We have our first Triple Crown winner, in Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera. We have Boston 86ing Bobby Valentine, and we have two great stories of teams that came from nowhere to make the playoffs, Washington, Baltimore and Oakland. The postseason begins tomorrow afternoon in Atlanta, as the Braves host the defending champion St. Louis  Cardinals, and in Texas, where my Rangers, fresh from choking the AL West title away host those surprising Orioles of Baltimore.

This is a new stage in the playoffs. MLB added an extra Wild Card in each league, and both of these Friday games will be one game elimination, with the winners facing the Yankees, and Washington Nationals in the Divisional Series. In the other Divisionals, Detroit and Oakland face off in the American League, while the Red and Giants square off in the National League.

So, who am I picking? well in the Wild Card Round I have to go with the Cards, and Rangers. Next, in the ALDS I will say Oakland tops Detroit while the Yankees edge the Rangers and in the NLDS I am picking Giants over the Reds, and the Cardinals over the Nats. Now, in the ALCS, take Oakland over New York, and in the NLCS, the Giants over the Cards. That would set up an all Bay area series, which last happened in 1989 with Oakland crushing the Giants in a series interrupted by an earthquake.

Now for some history, the Giants and A’s have met three other times in the Fall Classic back when they were the New York Giants and the Philadelphia A’s.  In 1905, 1911, and 1913. The A’s won in 1911, and 1913, and the Giants took the 1905 series. The 1905 series is unique for several reasons. I 1903, the Boston Americans, later known as the Red Sox, beat the Pittsburg Pirates  yes Pittsburg had no “H” back then 5 games to 3. The next year, the Americans repeated as AL champs, and the New York Giants took the NL Pennant. The Giants refused to play a World Series though, as both the manager John McGraw, and the owner John T. Brush held ill feelings towards the American League. McGraw had been hired as player/manager of the AL’s Baltimore Orioles franchise, no, that franchise is not the same team as today’s Orioles. When McGraw left Baltimore for the Giants, American League head Ban Johnson moved the Orioles to New York, to compete with the Giants. that team was first called the Highlanders, but, shortly, they were renamed the Yankees.

All of this led to no series in 1904, and also to a new deal on an annual series, which is still being played today. That 1905 series is still the only one in which every game was a shutout, and where 9 of the 10 starting pitchers threw complete games. The Giants Christy Mathewson threw three of the four Giant victories. And, another bit of trivia. When you watch the A’s play notice on their jerseys is a white elephant, which is part of their logo. That too sprung from 1905 when Giants manager John McGraw called the A’s white elephants, and some of the A’s gave McGraw a statue of a white elephant during the series.