Unlike the Mets or the Yankees, the Rudy Report is still here for you in mid-October, going the distance all month, like today on "National No Beard Day." As you know, the Rudy Report always delivers, every single day. However, there are some news reports out there that can't live up to their expectations. They overpromise. Kind of like that guy right here...
The Raiders are trying to sign quarterback Carson Palmer. The first game of the World Series between the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals is set to take place tomorrow. And, on Monday Night Football, the Jets beat the Miami Dolphins.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Martina Navrátilová, Lindsey Vonn, Mike Ditka, and Welsh football sensation Robbie Savage. On this day in 1985, the Nintendo Entertainment System was released. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about a famous person that you did not know for sure in the Random Fact section!
Dodgers Settlement - Frank and Jamie McCourt have settled their divorce case, giving $130 million to Jamie, while Frank will keep the troubled Los Angeles Dodgers for now. Read here.
Home Search - The new American owner of Italian soccer club AS Roma has said that they identified a location for a new stadium. Read here.
More Demand - An executive at the New Orleans Hornets is saying that there are several serious parties interested in bidding for the franchise. Read here.
Staying Out - The owners of the New York Mets would like to avoid a trial regarding their Madoff case, because it may costs them hundreds of millions. Read here.
This Rudy Report is of historic proportions, because we are already breaking the color barrier, allowing black people to read this report for the first time, but only up to here (Let's not get ahead of ourselves, progress takes some time. Are you still there? If you are, click here now.), today on "National Adjust Your Chair Day." By the way, the Rudy Report website will be 3 years old in November! Can you believe it? You can be sure that we'll be on fire and celebrate in style...
Two-time Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon crashed and died on Sunday in a race in Las Vegas. In the NFL, the Giants beat Buffalo in an exciting game. The Jets will face Miami in a most likely less exciting Monday Night Football match-up. The New York Yankees have now been linked with slugger Prince Fielder. Meanwhile, the World Series-bound Texas Rangers apparently want CC Sabathia. In the NHL, the Rangers lost against the Islanders 4-2 on Saturday. And, in the English Premier League, Arsenal, ManCity, and Chelsea all won their respective games, while Liverpool had a 1-1 draw against Manchester United. Next Sunday, Manchester United will play against Manchester City in an epic top match.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Ernie Els, Kimi Räikkönen, John Rocker, and Russian volleyball legend Yekaterina Gamova. On this day in 1979, Mother Teresa awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Have a great day, there is no Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about size in the Random Fact section!
New Guy - A new minority investor for the Carolina Hurricanes has emerged, paying $20 million for a stake valuing the franchise at $240 million. Read here.
Risking Everything - A sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers in bankruptcy court could leave owner Frank McCourt with no profit at all. Read here.
Selling Soon - The sale of the Philadelphia 76ers to a group of local investors is expected to be completed within the next few days. Read here.
Nice Profit - The organizers of the Olympic Games in Russian city Sochi say that they may generate profits of as much as $300 million. Read here.
This year, the Rudy Report declined to accept the Nobel Peace Prize for its major contributions to allow women to have their own rights and for the fight against racism against white rappers, because actions speak louder than awards and we also have won it so often already, today on "National Dessert Day." We have the iPhone 4S and now everyone is starting to talk about the wireless 4G networks. Everyone is bragging about having the largest network. T-Mobile seems to have an edge...
Red Sox player David Ortiz is rumored to be joining the Yankees next season. Great, another guy ready to live in an old people's home. In the MLB playoffs, Texas failed to qualify first for the World Series, losing against Detroit. But they still lead the series 3-2.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Javon Walker, Ryan Church, Floyd Landis, Jorge Costa, Joe Girardi, and Swiss marathon running legend Viktor Röthlin. On this day in 1968, Jim Hines became the first man ever to break the so-called "ten-second barrier" in the 100-meter sprint in the Summer Olympic Games held in Mexico City with a time of 9.95 seconds. Have a great weekend, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but find out why drugs may make you a great baseball player in the Random Fact section!
More Shares - Arsenal London investor Alisher Usmanov may increase his stake in the club to more than 30% soon, which could trigger several league tests and a boardroom battle. Read here.
Newcomer - Indian conglomerate Sahara has made a $100 million investment to acquire 42.5% in Formula One racing team Force India. Read here.
Close Enough - Matthew Hulsizer has basically acquired the St. Louis Blues in a deal that processed much smoother than his previous attempt to buy the Phoenix Coyotes. Read here.
With visionaries Michael Jackson and Steve Jobs gone, the world is left with their mentor, who has shaped everyone's life through the Rudy Report, like today on "National Shopping Cart Safety Awareness Day." As the world develops, families become more and more diverse. It's a natural and positive process! This family right here features various ethnicities...
It looks like quarterback Peyton Manning will not return to play football this season. Red Sox manager Theo Epstein will join the Chicago Cubs next year. If there is no NBA season, several players may organize their own league. And, in the MLB playoffs, the Texas Rangers beat Detroit again to extend the lead to 3-1. St. Louis leads the series against Milwaukee 2-1.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to (get ready, this is a long one) Jermaine O'Neal, David Haye, Paul Pierce, Nancy Kerrigan, Trevor Hoffman, Jerry Rice, Doc Rivers, Matt Hughes, and Cuban high-jumping legend Javier Sotomayor. On this day in 1884, Greenwich, in London, England, was established as the Universal Time meridian of longitude. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but find out why you should be more afraid of cows than sharks in the Random Fact section!
Request To Sell - Several high-profile season ticket holders are requesting a judge to approve MLB's anticipated sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Read here.
Separate Deal - Premier League club Liverpool FC is thinking about breaking away from the league's broadcasting deal in favor of a specific TV deal just for the team. Read here.
Not A Good Spot - City officials are questioning the viability of a new NFL stadium site for the Minnesota Vikings, which extends the team's struggles for a new venue. Read here.
Approval Rating - Prospective owner of the Houston Astros Jim Crane met the MLB Commissioner in order to help move the approval process along. Read here.
Students from the Dyslexic School of Special Education in Malmö, Sweden, have calculated that the Rudy Report is now more valuable than Apple (from an intangible point of view), today on "International Moment of Frustration Scream Day." Remember how old people always talk about the past and how everything was better back then? Well, they aren't always wrong...
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera is postponing his decision whether to retire or not. Germany beat Belgium in the Euro 2012 qualifiers to finish the competition with a record 10 wins in 10 games. This proves that Germans are simply perfect (with the exception of starting and subsequently losing two World Wars, but who's counting...) And, in the MLB playoffs, Detroit had their first win in the series against Texas. The Rangers still lead 2-1.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Bode Miller, Dwayne Roloson, Luis Polonia, Raimond Aumann, Dusty Rhodes, and Nigerian soccer talent Emmanuel Nwachi. On this day in 1823, Charles Macintosh sold the first raincoat. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but find out why men have to be careful in Miami in the Random Fact section!
Heavy Competition - A stadium proposal from Ed Roski is revised to be more competitive with AEG in an effort to build an NFL stadium in Los Angeles. Read here.
No Deal - A deal that would have made the Olympic Stadium in London home for Premier League club West Ham United has collapsed. Read here.
Stopped Trying - Major League Baseball has stopped an attempt to remove the Los Angeles Dodgers' bankruptcy lawyers from the case. Read here.