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  • This Day In Sports History (March 3rd) – World Baseball Classic

    This Day In Sports History (March 3rd) – World Baseball Classic

    It was on this day in 2006 that the inaugural World Baseball Classic held its first ever games.  Two games were played on that day with South Korea beating Chinese Taipei 2-0 and Japan hammering China 18-2.  Both games were played in the Tokyo Dome. The tournament featured teams from all over the world playing […]

  • The 35 Greatest Photobombs in the History of Sports

    The 35 Greatest Photobombs in the History of Sports

    Back when every picture you took cost actual money—because you had to put this stuff called film into your camera—photobombing existed, but it was relatively rare. However, since the advent of camera phones and social media, photobombing has become a genuine fad, like skinny jeans, or the Macarena. In fact, these days, according to the Photobombing […]

  • This Day In Sports History (February 28th) — Don Mattingly

    This Day In Sports History (February 28th) — Don Mattingly

    It was on this day in 1991 that first baseman Don Mattingly was named captain of the New York Yankees.  Mattingly became the thirteenth captain in Yankees’ history. Donnie Baseball earned the honor prior to his tenth year with the team.  He began his career with the Yankees in 1982, playing for them his entire […]

  • 31 Hockey Save GIFs that Prove Goalies Are Actually Wizards

    31 Hockey Save GIFs that Prove Goalies Are Actually Wizards

    Everyone knows hockey goalies are crazy. How could they not be? Their job is to stand in front of frozen chunks of vulcanized rubber being fired at them at 95 mph. That being said, these crazy people are also amazing athletes who do things most of us couldn’t do in our wildest dreams. Score a […]

  • This Day In Sports History (February 27th) — Tiger Woods

    This Day In Sports History (February 27th) — Tiger Woods

    It was on this day in 1992 that Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer to participate in a PGA Tour event in 35 years.  At the time, Tiger was only 16-year-old when he participated in the Nissan Los Angeles Open. Tiger was already making waves around the golf world when he stepped onto the course […]

  • 21 Hottest NHL WAGs of 2014

    21 Hottest NHL WAGs of 2014

    Hockey players don’t make as much money as baseball, basketball, or football players. Plus, most of them have major dental problems, and they are nowhere near as famous as other athletes south of the 49th parallel. However, on the whole, hockey players are a more down to earth, less pretentious bunch than the guys in […]

  • Top 5 Rock ‘N’ Roll Comeback Albums of 2014

    Top 5 Rock ‘N’ Roll Comeback Albums of 2014

    It appears as though 2014 is shaping up to be the year of the rock ‘n’ roll comeback album, as several big name bands have announced the upcoming release of a new album following a lengthy hiatus. Which of these albums should you be keeping an eye out for?  Pepsi Pulse answers that question with […]

  • Kate Upton Unzipping for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue (GIF)

    Kate Upton Unzipping for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue (GIF)

    After reading the title, you probably aren’t even the slightest bit interested in what I have to say.  So I’ll just allow you to carry on and check out Kate Upton getting unzipped for her “Zero Gravity” shoot in this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, via the GIF below:  

  • Golfer Steve Elkington Makes Gay Joke About Michael Sam on Twitter

    Golfer Steve Elkington Makes Gay Joke About Michael Sam on Twitter

    While taking part in the NFL Combine this week, former Missouri Tigers defensive end Michael Sam stated that he’d prefer the focus on him to be about his play on the field, rather than his sexual orientation. That seems like a fair request from Sam, but it could be a tough one to enact as […]

  • 9 Things We Won’t Miss About the 2014 Winter Olympics

    9 Things We Won’t Miss About the 2014 Winter Olympics

    Normally when the Olympics are over I get a little sad because I’m going to miss watching sports 12 hours a day. However, that’s not the case with the 2014 Winter Olympics. I still enjoyed them, because, all-in-all, they were decent. But there was just something missing this year. Sochi just didn’t have the same […]