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2011 Wolf Lair Review; Thanks!

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3,700 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

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2011 MLB Predictions Rewind

Early in the baseball season Corky and I made our predictions for the year.  We chose MVPs, Cy Youngs, ROTYs and playoff results.  Obviously, this is tough to do and rarely everything comes out as predicted, which is why baseball is so great.  Nothing ever happens how it should.  Lets take a gander back at our predictions and report the actual results.  In this article we will show our picks, their stats for the season, their votes in each award, the actual winners and their stats.

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Wolf Theater: Baseball Friends

Ever wonder what Phillies players talk about during road trips?  Let’s shed some light on this question.  A video portraying a bus trip conversation between Ryan Howard and Chase Utley.  This may not be totally spot on, but I assure you it’s damn close.  If not every time, this convo has definitely occurred on more than one occasion.
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A New Craze.. Planking.

There is a new craze.  Planking is hitting the streets and becoming overwhelmingly popular.  Planking is when someone goes stiff as a board and lays somewhere awkward, preferably in public.  This whole thing started in Australia apparently and is now reaching the United States.  This activity seems to make all the people around the “Planker” very uncomfortable.  This is kind of the point.  You’re supposed to make people feel as uncomfortable as you can.  This causes much hilarity to ensue.

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Musician Spotlight: Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi wasn’t always destined to be the budding Hip Hop sensation that he is today.  As a matter of fact, after high school, he attended University of Toledo to study Film.  He would drop out a year into college, only to become a rising star in the music business.  Known for his smooth musical style and inventive lyrical demeanor, he brings a new feel into the rap game.  He seems to be planted in this business for years to come.
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