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Wyatt Cenac, Samantha Bee and John Oliver go undercover for more information on the Obama girls. Aasif Mandvi says Sanjay Gupta's appointment will be a tremendous over achievement in a community of overachievers. Rachel Maddow is insulted as an American that the Obamas can't stay in the presidential guesthouse.Read More
A veritable who's who of statesmen arrives for Barack Obama's historic inauguration. Jason Jones brushes off any comparisons between the Obama and Bush speeches. Wyatt Cenac reports from Obama's crazy-cool inaugural ball. Samantha Bee declares an end to frat boy humor, and Gene Robinson prays for Rick Warren.Read More
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Ronald Maurice Darling, Jr. is an American former right-handed starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the New York Mets, Oakland Athletics and Montreal Expos. Darling currently works as a color commentator for national baseball coverage on TBS as well as for the Mets on both SNY and WPIX.
During his 13-year career, Darling amassed a 136–116 won-loss record, with 13 shutouts. He threw 1,590 strikeouts and had a 3.87 ERA. In 1985, he was picked for the All-Star team.
Darling's weak point was control; he finished seasons in the top four in base on balls three times. He was considered one of the better fielding pitchers of the time, and won a Gold Glove Award in 1989. Darling had one of the best pickoff moves among right-handers. An above-average athlete, he was sometimes used as a pinch runner. In 1989, he hit home runs in two consecutive starts.Read More
The U.S. leaves Iraq like a houseguest who broke something, and Dick Cheney complains about his own troop withdrawal timeline. Jon hands out Rippy Awards for the media's outstanding coverage of Michael Jackson's death. Mike Kim discusses his mission to help North Koreans escape to China.Read More