Just to show that we appreciate more than the female form round these parts, dig this beauty, none other than the great Baryshnikov.
Art of the Night
Arts and Culture
Yeah, dig those nipples... or is that a rash?
Did I dream that he and Gregory Hines starred in a movie together in the 80's?
Oy, that movie was a bomb.
I have to imagine that many of the other Yankees blogs out there would not have responded to questions regarding the objectification of women so judiciously. You sir, Mr. Belth, are a gentleman and a scholar. The quality of the Banter and Banterers never ceases to amaze.
Love!! He was gorgeous in The Turning Point. He was my fave back in the day. White Nights? Feh! Can't have it all.
 Hear hear!
The dude was beautiful and a beautiful artist.
3) The funny thing is that we objectify men all the time, appreciating the sensuality of these athletes we call our heroes, but we just don't put a name to it.
 Hey, good point!
 :) At least he didn't use a sock puppet...
7) Hadn't connected those dots on my own, but so true. I guess the life-sized A-Rod/Centaur oil painting hanging over my bed would appropriately be labeled as a sort of objectification.
 I still think he his. :-)
yeah, White Nights was not a cinematic masterpiece, but oh, the dancing! The dancing was amazing!
Old-School Banter Scroll
Today (Game 1)
RHP Brandon McCarthy (6-4, 2.79)
RHP Kevin Gausman (7-7, 3.83)
1:05 p.m., YES Network and MLB Network
Today (Game 2)
TBA (Bryan Mitchell seems like the best bet)
RHP Bud Norris (12-8, 3.92)
7:05 p.m., YES Network and MLB Network
RHP Shane Greene (4-3, 3.57)
RHP Miguel Gonzalez (9-7, 3.22)
1:05 p.m., FOX
RHP Hiroki Kuroda (10-9, 3.91)
RHP Chris Tillman (12-5, 3.36)
8:05 p.m., ESPN
Associated Press photo
Baseball Think Factory
MLB Trade Rumors
Lo Hud Yankees Blog
This Isn't Happiness
Everyday I Show