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USA Number 1

Written by Rudy on October 29, 2010 - 6:13 am -

This is the final Rudy Report for the month of October and it coincides with the famous Weekend Edition, which is a formation that can only be seen once every 2,500 years, like today on "International Internet Day." If you are one of the fools thinking that China will overtake the United States' and claim the number one position, think again! These stats below show that China still has ways to go to even come close to America...


The NBA Draft will not be taking place in New York anymore next year. Instead, it will be moved to Newark in New Jersey, which will make it easier for the bridge and tunnel crowd to get there. Fernando Torres and Pepe Reina are set to leave Liverpool next season. And, in the World Series, the New York, uh I mean, the San Francisco Giants beat the Texas Rangers to take a commanding 2-0 series lead.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Eric Staal, Denis Potvin, Paul Orndorff, and Dutch goalkeeping legend Edwin van der Sar. On this day in 1929, the New York Stock Exchange crashed in what would be called "Crash of '29" ("Black Tuesday"), ending the Great Bull Market of the 1920s and beginning the Great Depression. Have a great weekend, there is still no new Dear Rudy, but find out about spelling errors in the US Constitution in the Random Fact section!

Super Shirts - The English Premier League has passed the German Bundesliga regarding shirt sponsorships, bringing in more than 128 million Euros. Read here.

Still On Track - The sale of the New Orleans Hornets is apparently still on track to be completed, despite rumors that the deal might have fallen through. Read here.

High Demand - Fox reports that it has sold all of its commercials for the Super Bowl, which comes months in advance of the event and is great news for the NFL. Read here.

Shirt Of The Month

Written by Rudy on October 28, 2010 - 6:50 am -

The Rudy Report is proud to announce that it is leading the polls in every single state, even where there's no election coming up next week, and it's so good to have your vote, today on "National Cookie Day." October is almost over, but we cannot move into November until we have selected the "Rudy Report Shirt of the Month", which is a highly-acclaimed award presented once every blue moon. Here's our undisputed winner for October 2010... Congratulations!


Yankees manager Joe Girardi is close to signing a contract extension with the Bronx Bombers. The New York Mets have hired Sandy Alderson as the GM. In Game 1 of the World Series, Rudy favorite San Francisco beat the Texas Rangers and mighty pitcher Cliff Lee at home to take the series lead. In the NBA, the Knicks beat Toronto, going 1 and 0 for the season, which represents a historic 100% winning record. And, in the NHL, the New York Ranger lost against Atlanta, while the Islanders lost against Montreal.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Scotty Nguyen, Lenny Wilkens, Jeremy Bonderman, and Belgian cycling legend Ludo Delcroix. And, by the way, not that they get a birthday shout-out, but Bill Gates and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad share the same birthday as well (Windows = Iran = evil ?). On this day in 1886, in New York Harbor, President Grover Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty. Have a great day, there is still no new Dear Rudy, but you can learn something about chocolate that you didn't know for sure in the Random Fact section!

Spending Cuts 1 - The new Indian owners of Premier League club Blackburn Rovers have shocked fans by only providing GBP 5 million for new player acquisitions. Read here.

Spending Cuts 2 - Liverpool FC owner John Henry wants to bring the club onto more stable financial footing, which means that they will spend less on players. Read here.

Great Turnaround - Thanks to their success and World Series participation, the San Francisco Giants have been able to turn the season from a small loss to a small profit. Read here.

Special Delivery

Written by Rudy on October 27, 2010 - 5:35 am -

The Rudy Report is back with more information than Wikileaks, digging deeper than any miner can, and delivering the best report to you, today on "National Turn Off Violence Day." As you know, the Rudy Report always comes directly into your mailbox or it is readily accessible online. It's really no secret what's in a report, kind of like with this package delivery...


The Rudy Report is sad to inform you that "Paul the Octopus" has died peacefully in Germany, just months after becoming the most accurate predictor in World Cup history. Who could have predicted that? Barcelona players Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta are the favorites for the FIFA Player of the Year Award. Tonight, Cliff Lee will take on Tim Lincecum in an epic pitching battle in Game 1 of the World Series. And, the NBA season is officially under way. In the first game of the season, the Boston Celtics beat the supposedly mighty Miami Heat.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Andrew Bynum, Rick Carlisle, Sergei Samsonov, and Sri Lankan wicket-keeper (that's cricket, not Harry Potter) Kumar Sangakkara. On this day in 1682, Philadelphia was founded in Pennsylvania. Yet another unnecessary founding... Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but check out a great David Coleman comment in the Funny Sports Quote section!

New Owners - British soccer club Blackburn Rovers is close to being sold to an Indian family that is said to be paying $73 million for the team. Read here.

Less Is More - A day after the NBA has hinted that cutting the number of teams is a viable option, the NHL might be willing to consider similar steps. Read here.

Setting Records - Major League Baseball is ready to announce a record-setting year in terms of revenues, most likely bringing in $7 billion. Read here.

The Real Deal

Written by Rudy on October 26, 2010 - 5:49 am -

A new (unconfirmed) study has found that reading the Rudy Report increases your energy levels by as much as 37.2%, while at the same time, getting you an additional 12% of votes if running for public office, like today on "National Sleep-In Day." Nothing seems to be real in this world anymore, except for the Rudy Report, and if something is actually the real deal, you have to pay extra. Don't know what I mean? Here's a perfect example...


The World Series will kick off tomorrow in Dallas with the San Francisco Giants taking on the Texas Rangers. We are still waiting for the NBA season to start. No New York team played hockey last night. And, on Monday Night Football, the New York Giants took on the Dallas Cowboys. In an entertaining game, the Giants managed to win the game.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Sasha Cohen, Miikka Kiprusoff, Bob Golic, and Jefferson Farfan. On this day in 1936, the first electric generator at the Hoover Dam went into full operation. Have a great day, write a Dear Rudy, and learn something interesting about Venice in the Random Fact section!

Cost Cutting - In order to get its finances under control, the National Basketball Organization is apparently considering cutting the number of teams. Read here.

The Longest Story - After months of ownership changes and financial struggles, British soccer club Portsmouth FC has emerged from bankruptcy. Read here.

Finish Line - NASCAR team Richard Petty Racing might be unable to continue operations due to financial troubles of owner George Gillett. Read here.

Suggestions For Halloween

Written by Rudy on October 25, 2010 - 5:54 am -

The Rudy Report returns from the weekend to accompany you through yet another Monday with some great stuff that will not make your problems go away, but will make you forget them for a while, today on "National Wolf Awareness Day." If you happen to be in a group of 33 people, THE Halloween costume for this year will certainly be the "Chilean Miner." However, if you don't, here are some great costume suggestions for you from the Rudy Report...




The New York Yankees got eliminated from the baseball playoffs, because they probably felt that it was time for someone else to win. Now it's up to former New York City team the Giants to beat Texas in the World Series. Tonight, on Monday Night Football, the New York Giants will take on the Dallas Cowboys. The Jets had a bye week. In the English Premier League, Chelsea, ManU, and Liverpool won their games, while Arsenal had a huge 3-0 victory on the road against Manchester City. And, in Ultimate Fighting, Brock Lesnar surprisingly lost his world heavyweight championship title against Cain Velasquez at UFC327,823.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Pedro Martinez, Bobby Knight, Charles "Too Cold Scorpio" Scaggs, and German female soccer legend Birgit Prinz. On this day in 1861, the Toronto Stock Exchange was created. Not that anybody cares... Have a great week, there is currently no new Dear Rudy, but learn something about middle names that you didn't know for sure in the Random Fact section!

Something You Should Know - A study by the Wall Street Journal finds that the New York Yankees spend more on new players when they don't win the World Series. Read here.

Getting Involved - Former basketball star Magic Johnson says that he wants to help bring an NFL franchise to Los Angeles, because it could be a good business opportunity. Read here.

High Horse - Highclere Thoroughbred Racing wants to become a leader in horse racing with the support of prominent investors like Sir Alex Ferguson and Elizabeth Hurley. Read here.

Money Matters - The Dallas Stars have asked the National Hockey League for an advance of future revenues and should receive the funds shortly. Read here.