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Alex Rodriguez may not be playing baseball, but he's still got a crap ton of money to play with -- during his year-long suspension -- which makes this video of him totally shocking and, dare we say it ... sweet.
Late, legendary sportscaster Harry Caray sure could put it away. A 1972 diary of his documents 288 uninterrupted days of drinking, according to the Chicago Sun Times. The record, according to the paper, was kept for tax purposes back when a taxpayer could deduct the cost of business entertaining, provided he kept track of his receipts, dates and the names of people entertained. Caray's 1972 diary glitters with such names as Wilt Chamberlain, Don Drysdale, Jack Dempsey and Jack Benny, according to Sun Times reporter Neil Steinberg, who had a chance to leaf through the small, dark green "Day Book" he says was loaned to him by Grant DePorter, CEO of Harry Caray's Restaurant Group in Chicago. Read More >