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Honus Wagner and the Rarest and Most Valuable Baseball Cards

By Elliott Pohnl On October - 27 - 2010
Honus Wagner's baseball card in the T206 series is one of the most coveted of its kind.A slightly-damaged T206 Wagner card surfaced earlier this year when a man left it to the Baltimore's Sisters of Notre Dame as part of his will.The card is being auctioned off with all proceeds going to the Roman Catholic nuns and is expected to sell for between $175,000 and $200,000.That's chump change compared to another card from the collection that was sold for a startling $2.8 million two years ago.Here's a look at some of the rarest baseball cards worth big bucks.Begin Slideshow

Sophie Horn: Sexy Golfer Heats up the Internet

By Elliott Pohnl On August - 12 - 2010
Sophie Horn is allegedly an aspiring golfer, but there is no doubt that she is one of the hottest women to surface in the sports world in some time.As you watch Tiger curse his way around Whistling Straights today at the PGA Championship, here's a brief glimpse of some of Sophie's best assets.Photos courtesy of sophiehorn.com.Begin Slideshow

Hard Knocks Jets: Meet Jason Taylor’s Gorgeous Wife Katina

By Elliott Pohnl On August - 12 - 2010
Those lucky enough to have watched the season opener of HBO's Hard Knocks Thursday night got an unexpected dose of femininity in the form of Jason Taylor's wife, Katina.Hopefully the producers at HBO will showcase her in future episodes as a way of providing a viewers with a nice break from the yelling and grunting on the practice field.Here's a closer look at the lovely Katina Taylor:Begin Slideshow
In general, it's not a good thing when athletes make news at 2 A.M. outside a club. But Lightweight UFC Fighter Roger Heurta was in the right place at the right time early Saturday morning. According to TMZ.com, Heurta came to the rescue of a woman involved in a domestic dispute. Here are the details and video of the altercation:Begin Slideshow

Jennie Finch Retires: A Photographic Celebration

By Elliott Pohnl On July - 20 - 2010
One of the most iconic female figures in sports throughout the last decade is walking away from the spotlight. Tuesday, the lovely Jennie Finch announced that she is retiring from professional softball and international competition. The 30 year-old will participate in World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City this week and finish the remainder of the National Pro Fastpitch season with the Chicago Bandits before hanging it up. Finch will be remembered as the best softball pitcher ever and one of the hottest sports babes of all-time. Without further adieu, here is a photo tribute to the bodacious Jennie Finch.Begin Slideshow

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