James Harden’s Rockets jersey reportedly retired at Houston strip club
James Harden has reportedly had his Rockets jersey retired at a Houston institution.
No, I’m not talking about the rafters of the Toyota Center. According to a recent post from the Joe Budden Podcast, Harden had his jersey retired at a Houston strip club, where he apparently has become a regular customer.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi noted an MRI confirmed the strain, although it might be in a different spot’’ than the previous strain.
It’s frustrating. He’s frustrated, Girardi said (via NorthJersey.com). He argued that he was fine, he could play, and he’s still arguing that he’s fine and he can play. But our concern is if he really tears it, then you have a real problem. So we’re hoping it won’t be long, we’ll get him back.
Ronald Torreyes started at second base for the Yankees on Saturday night against the Mariners.
Castro has 12 home runs this season and is slashing .307/.344/.472.
After all the end-of-year drama with feature back Doug Martin, including his four-game PED suspension that will carry over into this season, Koetter and the Bucs stuck with him on and off the field. They were confident enough after seeing him in shape before the draft to select only a fifth-round running back, fellow Boise State product Jeremy McNichols.
Instead of being released, Martin will enter training camp back on top of the depth chart. He looks and feels good to the point they expect him to be rejuvenated for his return in Week 4. Behind him, Jacquizz Rodgers, a Koetter favorite, remains the versatile No. 2 and certainty can lead the committee when Martin can’t play.
McNichols is a speedy third-down pass-catching type, so that puts a cloud on the near-future role of one-time preferred change of pace Charles Sims. All signs point to Martin, 28, getting a familiar workload with a chance to produce like he did in 2012 and 2015.