"There's going to be a lot of hitting," Brown said during a news conference at the Resch Center, which will be the Chill's home. "There ain't gonna be no nail polish nowhere."
Not surprisingly, the Chill will wear the same skimpy uniforms as the other 11 teams in the league.
And Brown, apparently, has no problem with that.
"It's not a traditional uniform," he said while standing next to two scantily clad players. "But let's be honest, who is going to come watch girls in traditional uniforms? Then they put something like this on, 'Hey, I'm going to check it out.' "
Fans who do show up to ogle, er watch, the Chill will have to pay a price to do so. Tickets range from $17 to $67.
And no, the $67 does not include a lapdance.
Baseball's rainy season
Al Gore will be happy to know that there have been 30 postponements in the majors this season. Last year, there were 21 all season.
The former vice president will no doubt chalk it up to climate change.
Rock flying alongside Wings
With Toronto's 8-7 win over the Washington Stealth in the National Lacrosse League's title game on Sunday, the Rock tied the Philadelphia Wings for the most titles in the league's 25-year history with six.
- Tom Mahon
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