- Rookie Hazing: New York Yankees Pop Stars Parade!
- Pic: St. Louis Cardinals website ‘moves’ team to NL WEST!
- Rookie Hazing: Colorado Rockies in Speedos!
- Video: Orioles Chris Davis Fouls a Ball into his Own Jersey!
- Hit the Deck: Twitter pix of the week: @Braves abs, ‘school’ supplies, purple kicks, @JDate
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Yes, you read that headline correctly. Saturday night at Dodger Stadium during the Florida Marlins – Los Angeles Dodgers game, a man actually dropped his daughter so he could catch a foul ball. Of course, it’s total karma that the … Continue reading
After San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford hit a Grand Slam in his major league debut to pace the Giants to a 5-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers, he got his first face pie! Welcome to the Big Leagues!
Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto and ESPN’s SportsCenter Karl Ravech discuss a mustache contest in the new ESPN commercial. Watch for the “Special Guest” at the end.
The University of North Carolina Tar Heels and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons baseball teams got into some fun during a rain delay Friday night during the ACC Championship game. It appears that the Tar Heals are replicating Navy Seals … Continue reading
Is there really any doubt that San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson is “the most interesting closer in the game”? In this parody of the beer commercial, The Beard talks about how he likes his Marlins served. “Stay delicious, my … Continue reading
During Monday night’s Texas Rangers game a foul ball hit by Adrian Beltre came perilously close to the area where President George W. Bush, Rangers’ President Nolan Ryan and their wives were seated. Watch as Chicago White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski … Continue reading
Fan-Made Parody Video: OK, Ryan Theriot, Cardinals Fans Wear Jean Shorts, Tank Tops and Timberland Boots
St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Ryan Theriot (and former Chicago Cubs player) got himself in a heap of trouble from Cardinals Nation when the Redbirds were in Chicago. During an interview with a Chicago radio station after the radio jocks that … Continue reading
It seems that Rain Delay antics are all the rage in college baseball. Here the Clemson Tigers and Davidson Wildcats play lots of games here: Human Bowling, Deer Hunting, Soldiers, Football, Curling and, of course, lots of dancing!
Fortunately the videos are from a distance of a guy who decided to streak during Wednesday’s game between the Chicago Cubs and the Florida Marlins. If you want to see up-close screen caps — only of the dude from behind … Continue reading
The bizarre case of the bulglary that took place at Philadelphia Phillies Kyle Kendrick suburban Seattle home in late March is starting to see some progress with the recovery of his 2008 World Series ring. According to a report from the Snohomish County … Continue reading
A Baltimore Orioles fan was in the right place at the right time in Camden Yards as he caught, not one, not two, but three foul balls in the same game! Let’s hope he gave at least one to a … Continue reading
ESPN sat down with Boston Red Sox Manager Terry Francona and Dustin Pedroia during spring training for an entertaining interview. Among the highlights: Francona calling Dustin’s feet paws and Pedroia calling his new hair cut “The Convertible Cut” because the … Continue reading
According to Elias Sports Bureau, the Kansas City Royals Vin Mazzaro so-called performance Monday night against the Cleveland Indians was noteworthy in several ways. The facts: Mazzaro allowed 14 runs, all of them earned, in 2.1 innings of the Royals’ 19-1 thrashing … Continue reading
Those crazy college kids are at it again. Following the lines of the now-classic AFA and BYU rain-delay show, the Radford University Highlanders and High Point University Panthers put on their own “program” to kill time until the sun was shining … Continue reading
Web Gem Battle! Saturday Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto helps himself by making a superb backhanded catch off a liner hit by the St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols. Today, ESPN asks whether it’s better than the Oakland A’s Mark Ellis’ barehanded … Continue reading