MLB

  • Cards’ Kyle Lohse Impersonates Manager Tony La Russa (Video)

    Cards’ Kyle Lohse Impersonates Manager Tony La Russa (Video)

    With St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa away from the team as he gets treatment in Phoenix for a case of shingles, someone has had to fill in.  Yesterday afternoon, that someone was pitcher Kyle Lohse, who sported the 66-year-old manager’s jersey, along with a pair of his patented shades, as he made his […]

  • Twins’ Alexi Casilla Sees Hail For The First Time (Video)

    Twins’ Alexi Casilla Sees Hail For The First Time (Video)

    Being a member of the Minnesota Twins throughout his five-year Major League Baseball career, second baseman Alexi Casilla hasn’t had to deal with many rain delays, as the Twins have spent most of those seasons playing within the weather-friendly (or at least we thought) confines of the Metrodome. And as far as hail storm delays […]

  • Fenway Park In Lego Form (Pics)

    Fenway Park In Lego Form (Pics)

    Earlier this year we showed you a brilliant replica of Ohio Stadium that 42-year-old Ohio State professor Paul Janssen created in his Dublin basement using one million Lego pieces. Seeing as how Fenway Park has a capacity of only 37,500, compared to Ohio Stadium’s 102,000, I think it is fair to assume that this Lego […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Turtle Man Cheers For The Phillies

    Picture Of The Day: Turtle Man Cheers For The Phillies

    Okay, so Turtle Man isn’t exactly cheering in this picture, but I’m sure he was at some point during the Philadelphia Phillies’ 7-4 victory over the Washington Nationals last night. This guy takes the early lead for “Stupidest Headwear of the Week” honors, but with the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby set to take […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Ever Wonder What “Mets” Stands For?

    Picture Of The Day: Ever Wonder What “Mets” Stands For?

    Have you ever found yourself wondering what a “Met” was?  Most people will tell you that is is a short form for Metropolitan, as in the “New York Metropolitans.”  There was a time when I believed the same thing.  Then I saw this image. Now I believe the term “Mets” is simply an abbreviation for […]

  • Francisco Liriano Throws A No-Hitter (Video)

    Francisco Liriano Throws A No-Hitter (Video)

    By no means was it the prettiest no-hitter we have ever seen.  In fact, it may have been one of the ugliest we have witnessed in a while, as the Minnesota Twins’ Francisco Liriano allowed zero hits, but dished out a total of six walks and just two strikeouts against the Chicago White Sox batters.  […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Telestrator Dong!

    Picture Of The Day: Telestrator Dong!

    It has been a while since we last brought you the glorious sight of a telestrator dong, but the wait is over. This one comes from Sunday’s game between the San Francisco Giants and the Washington Nationals.  I’m not quite sure what the broadcasting crew at CSN saw in the press box at Nationals Park, […]

  • Drunk Fan Gets ‘Jacked Up’ By Red Sox Security Guard (Video)

    Drunk Fan Gets ‘Jacked Up’ By Red Sox Security Guard (Video)

    If you asked the people of Boston who the best tackler in Beantown is these days, most would probably say New England Patriots’ linebacker Jarod Mayo.  You may even get the odd fan who will still vouch for former Pats’ defensive star Teddy Bruschi. I, on the other hand, would have to give my vote […]

  • Watch Carl Pavano Go Ape Sh*t On A Garbage Can (Video)

    Watch Carl Pavano Go Ape Sh*t On A Garbage Can (Video)

    Minnesota Twins’ starting pitcher Carl Pavano was beaten up by the Kansas City Royals yesterday afternoon to the tune of 12 hits and six earned runs over 5 1/3 innings.  In fact, the only thing to get beaten up worse than Pavano on this day was the garbage can that was forced to bear the […]

  • Picture Of The Day: When Sports Takes A Back Seat

    Picture Of The Day: When Sports Takes A Back Seat

    After every New York Mets game this season, artist Joe Petruccio creates a new entry for his sketchbook that portrays what happened in the game.  Each entry can be seen on Joe’s website, called “My Mets Journal.”  His entry from last night’s game between the Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies makes it clear that sometimes […]