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Tag Archives: ESPN
The New York Yankees annual rookie hazing tradition took a musical turn Sunday night. Per ESPN’s Ian Begley, Joba Chamberlain created his own little ‘pop’ stars. Pictured left to right: Preston Claiborne as Billy Ray Cyrus, Cesar Cabral as Rick … Continue reading
Sunday night, the Red Sox and Rays battled through 16 innings before Boston eked out a 1-0 victory. While many (at least for a while) were watching ESPN’s coverage, there was an alternative “broadcast” on Twitter courtesy of a Tampa … Continue reading
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.
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
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
In the how does this happen to a dedicated sports channel category, I nominate ESPN. Saturday afternoon ESPN’s scroll announcing that Justin Verlander had just thrown a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Center in Toronto – identified … Continue reading
San Francisco Giants reliever extraordinaire Brian Wilson explains to Josh Elliot and Jay Harris why they should “fear the beard” in the latest “This is SportsCenter” commercial from ESPN.
2010 MLB Highlight: ESPN Ad – Red Sox Clay Buchholz Tries to Get Yankees Nick Swisher to sing ‘Sweet Caroline’
To promote the first Sunday night baseball game of the 2010 season, ESPN created a pretty funny ad, where Boston Red Sox righty Clay Buchholz and actor Adam Scott try to get New York Yankees right fielder Nick Swisher to sing “Sweet Caroline.”